Deputies and detectives in Florida, executing a narcotics search warrant, discovered 14 individuals living inside a deplorable structure with makeshift electrical lines powered by a generator.

14 People Discovered In “Deplorable” Conditions When Cops In Florida Execute Search Warrant

Deputies and detectives in Florida, executing a narcotics search warrant, discovered 14 individuals living inside a deplorable structure with makeshift electrical lines powered by a generator.

Deputies and detectives in Florida, executing a narcotics search warrant, discovered 14 individuals living inside a deplorable structure with makeshift electrical lines powered by a generator.

According to investigators, the search warrant was served at 3 Amigos Road in DeBary, Florida.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office had received numerous complaints and tips about this residence, including from the Mayor and City Manager of DeBary.

“We launched an investigation in August. Multiple buys of methamphetamine and heroin occurred at the residence. A search warrant was obtained, and members of VSO SWAT, the West Volusia Narcotics Task Force, the Deltona Narcotics Enforcement Team, and Volusia Bureau of Investigation coordinated execution of a search warrant that resulted in 6 arrests,” said VCSO.

City code enforcement and the building official responded to the scene.

The residence was deemed an uninhabitable structure due to unsafe and unsanitary conditions. DeBary officials barricaded the property and boarded up all the windows and doors.

Items Seized During The Search Warrant Execution:

  • Methamphetamine – 3.2 grams
  • Heroin/Fentanyl – 4.8 grams
  • Crack Cocaine – .9 grams
  • Alprazolam – 1.3 grams
  • Oxycodone – .2 grams
  • Cannabis – 74.5 grams
  • $3,593 US Currency

Six of the fourteen residents were arrested on various drug charges and outstanding warrants.

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