The occupants were the target of a previous search warrant back in May of 2021. The occupants, who are well known by the Narcotics unit, were identified as 39-year-old Jennifer Orlick and 36-year-old Brandon Tuft.

Florida Man And Woman Arrested After Ammo And Fentanyl Found In Child’s Bedroom

A Florida man and woman have been arrested after a search warrants led investigators to find ammo and fentanyl in a child’s bedroom.

On Thursday morning, members of the Narcotics Unit with assistance from SWAT, executed a search warrant at 18282 Eblis Avenue, in Charolle County.

According to deputies, the occupants were the target of a previous search warrant back in May of 2021.

The occupants, who are well known by the Narcotics unit, were identified as 39-year-old Jennifer Orlick and 36-year-old Brandon Tuft, investigators say.

Deputies say in May of 2021, both were arrested on several charges including Trafficking Fentanyl and Child Neglect. Deputies were also called to this home in relation to an overdose in January.

After clearing the premises and securing the scene, detectives located Fentanyl, Methamphetamine, broken pipes and plastic baggies, used needles, and other items used to inject narcotics.

“Disturbingly enough, detectives even located small baggies with fentanyl residue and ammunition on the floor of a child’s room,” said Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office in a statement.

“Drug activity is not only dangerous and completely illegal, but also a nuisance to the community. If you are dealing with a similar situation in your neighborhood, I implore you to contact us immediately,” said Sheriff Bill Prummell.

Jennifer Orlick and Brandon Tuft were arrested and transported to the Charlotte County Jail on a total of 7 charges. Brandon Tuft is being held without bond.

Brandon Tuft:

  • Possession of Methamphetamine
  • Possession of Fentanyl
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Warrant for Pretrial violation

Jennifer Orlick is charged with the following:

  • Possession of Paraphernalia
  • Possession of Ammo by a convicted felon
  • Violation of Probation

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One Reply to “Florida Man And Woman Arrested After Ammo And Fentanyl Found In Child’s Bedroom”

  1. This information about drugs and ammunition in the child’s room is untrue because there isn’t a child that lives there their son has not lived in that house in almost a year they are still in the wrong but making sound like they kept their drugs and guns in the same room is a real scum bag thing to do as my thing to make a buck huh? It don’t matter who’s lives you ruin

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