The little dxck energy “Build-The-Wall” group are silent as more than 100 people who are apart of a suspected drug gang were issued arrest warrants, and dozens of white people were taken into custody after police seized enough Fentanyl (the deadliest drug in America) to wipe out a large county. The video is now going viral. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the bust marked the biggest drug seizure in the county’s history.
Florida police issued arrest warrants for over 100 members of a suspected drug gang on last week Wednesday and seized enough fentanyl to wipe out a large county.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office concluded a months-long investigation into an organization suspected of “distributing kilogram quantities” of heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl — a synthetic opioid that can be up to 100 times more powerful than morphine.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the bust marked the biggest drug seizure in the county’s history.
The video of the arrest is currently going viral:
Police in Florida issued arrest warrants for over 100 members of a suspected drug gang and seized enough fentanyl to wipe out a large county. Dozens of them were taken into custody and bused to prison. https://t.co/llan3H4vpo pic.twitter.com/SlHz0fbQfK
— ABC News (@ABC) May 4, 2019
The Brevard police said they’ve uncovered more than 75 firearms, 9 pounds of methamphetamine, 3 pounds of fentanyl and an undisclosed amount of heroin. The drugs had an estimated street value of at least $181,000.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fentanyl is considered the deadliest drug in America, and ingesting as little as 0.25 milligrams can be fatal.
The three alleged organizational leaders were identified as Brandon Huff, 35, and Jonathan Walker, 42, both of Cocoa, and Megan Wilborn, 31, of Merritt Island.