Ft. Walton Beach Home Raided After Marijuana Shipment Intercepted

By: Press Release
By: Press Release

The Okaloosa County Multi Agency Drug Task Force, along with Federal Postal Agents, conducted a raid at 2716 Willow Grove Lane, Fort Walton Beach yesterday. The raid was carried out after a shipment of high grade marijuana was intercepted by U.S. Postal Agents. The nearly 452 grams of marijuana was sent to Fort Walton Beach from California.

Arrested were: 17-year old Jashawn Robinson of 2716 Willow Grove Lane on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of controlled substances, to wit: hydrocodone tablets; 26-year-old Zarria Lowe of Tallahassee for possession of less than twenty grams of marijuana and providing a false name to law enforcement; and 18-year-old Dennis McNabb of Fort Walton Beach for possession of less than twenty grams of marijuana, resisting arrest without violence, and providing a false name to law enforcement.

The Okaloosa County Multi Agency Drug Task Force is comprised of Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Investigators, the Niceville Police Department and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

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  • by george eady Location: mary esther on Jul 27, 2012 at 10:27 AM
    about the fack pot .that has hurt some i here .but growing up. the feds put out that reel pot would make you eat the bark off trees .the 20 millons plus that have tryed it knows that is a lie. reel pot has killed no one .and if it was not made illegal .thoses lives would have been better offfor us all .it was made illegal for the bottom dollar .not becaues it hurts you .so what are we to think .is this a nother lie by the feds .onces truest is gone .and they lie to help the drug ,alchol and cigs co. and locked up 20 millons plus .make reel pot legel.the rest will be gone .for thoses who have not smoked pot .you only know what you have been told.
  • by Anonymous on Jul 26, 2012 at 07:13 AM
    Shipping in marijuana ? Holmes County produces some of the highest grades of marijuana that can be found.Back in the 90's, { trees } of marijuana have been found--- some over 22 ft tall. If you can find the stuff it's grade A no# 1. Getting caught with it, you'll have your name plastered on the news and you'll have a felony record to hinder your job search later on.
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