Father and son arrested for trafficking cocaine in Walton County

Kenneth Ingram and Kadeem Ingram (Source: Walton County Sheriff's Office)
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DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, Fla. (WJHG) -- A father and son are behind bars after a drug bust in Walton County.

On Saturday, a K-9 deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding on Interstate 10. They say the driver and passenger, Kadeem Ingram, 29, and Kenneth Ingram, 59 have been the focus of a drug investigation spanning several months.

They say K-9 Drago alerted the deputy to drugs inside the vehicle. They reportedly found 3.77 lbs. of cocaine and more than $4,000 in cash inside.

Deputies say they also found another pound of cocaine, multiple guns, and a kilo press while searching the suspects' homes.

Both men are charged with trafficking cocaine.

Additionally, deputies arrested Tempestt Bramlet, 28, at one of the homes. She's charged with possession of cocaine and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.

Officials say additional charges are pending in this case.

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Tempestt Bramlet (Source: Walton County Sheriff's Office)
K-9 Drago reportedly alerted deputies to the drugs during a traffic stop. (Source: Walton County Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Walton County Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Walton County Sheriff's Office)


 
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