On Aug. 8, five Florida residents were taken into custody following the execution of a search warrant at a New Port Richey residence. Authorities reportedly found drugs, firearms, personal identity information, and American Nazi Family propaganda.
Authorities served the search warrant at about 7 a.m. at a home located in the 9200 block of Kiowa Drive. During the search of the home, the deputies found a number of reportedly incriminating items, including 12 grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, firearms, and ammunition. Authorities also reportedly found hundreds of pages of bank account information and personal identification information. The propaganda that was found included rules, oaths, and hierarchy information from the American Nazi Family, which is associated with the Aryan Brotherhood.
Charges issued included possession of meth and possession of meth with intent to sell. Further charges could be pending depending on the results of the investigation by authorities.
Fight Drug Charges With Help From A Criminal Law Attorney
No matter what type of drug charges a person may be facing, the consequences of even just the allegations can be serious enough to have an impact on the person’s future. A conviction could lead to a prison sentence, which could prevent a person from being unable to obtain future gainful employment. Even if the accused person is not facing incarceration, a criminal record makes it harder to get loans or get into some schools. When facing drug charges, it’s critical to enlist the help of a criminal law attorney who can review the case to determine what options are available to the accused. In some cases, the evidence seized could be suppressed if it can be demonstrated that the defendant’s constitutional rights were violated during the search.
If you are facing drug charges in Florida, contact criminal law attorney Jonathan Rose to request a consultation and learn more about your defense options. Call 407-894-4555 or contact the Orlando office by via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Se habla español.