Undercover investigation ends in search warrant, four arrests

The four people were charged with a variety of drug-related charges in connection with a narcotics-related search warrant.

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Four arrests were made at a house in Palm Coast as the Flagler County Sheriff's Office conducted a drug-related search warrant.

The search warrant on the home — located on the first block of Black Hawk Drive — came from an undercover investigation, according to a press release from FCSO. FCSO's Special Investigations Unit and SWAT conducted the search on Tuesday, Jan. 24.

In the home, SIU and SWAT found fentanyl, cocaine, synthetic cathinones — more commonly known as molly — and various drug paraphernalia, the press release said.

“Great job to our SIU and SWAT team who continue to combat illegal narcotics in Flagler County," Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said. "My message to poison peddlers is to get out of Flagler County before we give you a new home.”

The four people arrested were charged with a variety of drug possession and drug paraphernalia possession charges, alongside one contempt of court charge. 

The investigation is ongoing. 


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