Drug Dealer In Florida Suspected Of Selling Meth Is Detained For The 25th Time

Drug Dealer In Florida Suspected Of Selling Meth Is Detained For The 25th Time

According to authorities, a Florida offender with a 25th arrest was made in Putnam County on Friday.

Drug Dealer In Florida Suspected Of Selling Meth Is Detained For The 25th Time

Casey Judd Howe, a 49-year-old resident of East Palatka, was charged on Friday night with first-degree felony methamphetamine trafficking and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

The suspect was located by deputies from Putnam County’s sheriff’s office at a property that was isolated in Flagler County.

“With the assistance of Flagler County Deputies and after an extensive search of the property, Howe was arrested on his warrants for first-degree felony trafficking in methamphetamines and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon,” the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post.

“As a little added bonus, the owner of the property had an unrelated warrant for his arrest,” police added.

Online records show that Howe’s first Putnam County arrest occurred in 1992. His arrests were typically for driving or drug-related offences.

Howe was detained for methamphetamine possession in 2015, which was the suspect’s most recent arrest in Putnam County. The previous year, he was accused of distributing synthetic narcotics.

The event is being aggressively investigated by the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.

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