Santa Rosa County drug bust turns up products targeting children


    (Source: WEAR-TV)

    Sheriff Bob Johnson is warning Santa Rosa County after a drug bust.

    53-year-old Tracy Farley was arrested on Wednesday at the 6700 block of Highway 87.

    She was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of paraphernalia and trafficking cannabinoids.

    On the table gummies, brownies and cartridges for E-Cigs with THC inside were displayed.

    "Budder" was found in them, which is used to cook into regular foods without it being noticed.

    Sheriff Johnson says this is alarming because these items target kids.

    "We get comments, it may not be so bad to some people but when you're targeting children in Santa Rosa County we have a problem with that," said Sheriff Johnson.

    He also briefly spoke of another investigation on 21-year-old Tannor Dowdall.

    He was arrested on January 30th for marijuana possession with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia and trafficking cannabinoids.

    Sheriff Johnson says all the marijuana found on the table was delivered via the mail system on three seperate occasions.

    All the marijuana is also from the "bud," which is where the highest concentration is found.

    Farley is being held on an $8,000 bond.

    Dowdall has been released since his arrest.

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