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Man found at park after hours faces drug possession charges

In late July, a Florida man was stopped near the entrance of a park after hours. The 38-year-old man was found at a closed park early in the morning by Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputies. The deputies later found that the man had drugs on his person and he now faces multiple drug possession charges.

When the deputies spoke to the man, they learned that the man had a warrant out for his arrest. They conducted a search and located a pipe that contained marijuana residue, according to their report. The man alleges that he had used the pipe to smoke marijuana.

The deputies asked the man if he had anything else, but he stated that he did not. However, when he was taken to jail and searched again, deputies there located a small rock of cocaine. He was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cocaine as well as smuggling contraband into a detention facility.

When Florida individuals are facing drug possession charges, it is often helpful that they consider each and every aspect of their arrest for the preparation of their defense. The more comprehensive the review, the better, and it should also include the details of any seizure of evidence or search. Although the evidence may appear very incriminating, individuals who are accused of drug possession charges are innocent in the eyes of the law until proved guilty. Many individuals who face these kinds of charges opt to consult an experienced drug violations attorney, as experienced legal counsel can best help the accused by analyzing their individual case as well as defend their rights in a court of law.

Source:, “Man facing drug charges after stop at park gate“, July 30, 2015


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