Police Release Drug Dealing Course For Criminals

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(PartiallyPolitics.com) – In a Facebook post, Wayne Ivey, the Sheriff of Brevard County revealed that they had discovered a bag of fentanyl in an odd place while taking an alleged drug dealer to jail. The Facebook post was titled “DRUG DEALING FOR DUMMIES” and included four different points.

The first rule was naturally to not be a drug dealer, and the second one was to not be a drug dealer in their County. The third rule which revealed a bit more about the situation stated that if one does end up dealing drugs they should not fall asleep while behind the wheel. Finally, the last golden rule was that drugs should not be hidden in a person’s butt since the police would find them there.

Ivey proceeded to share Katrina Workman’s story who had violated all of the rules stated above. On Tuesday, Workman had fallen asleep behind the wheel while she was parked at a gas station. The deputies had reportedly seen her attempt to hide a bag that contained different illegal drugs.

As the Sheriff noted the woman had been trying to hide around 2 grams of Methamphetamine, 1.8 grams of Buprenorphine, 6.4 grams of Amphetamine/Dextroamphetamine, and 2.6 grams of Fentanyl. Because Ivey broke the four rules, and especially the two first ones which state that one should not deal drugs, she was arrested.

The deputies had reportedly also asked Workman if she had other contraband on her, but the woman said she did not, despite being warned that if they found more drugs on her she would face more charges. Still, the woman allegedly had a bag of fentanyl hidden in her butt. This was quickly seized by the Corrections Deputies who noticed it while Workman was changing into her “prison attire.”

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