VIDEO: Palm Bay Police Arrests Two In Drug Trafficking Undercover Investigation

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ABOVE VIDEO: Palm Bay Agents with the Special Operations Division arrested two suspects early Friday and shutdown what police say was “a significant drug trafficking operation in one local neighborhood.”(Palm Bay PD Video)

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Palm Bay Agents with the Special Operations Division arrested two suspects early Friday and shutdown what they say was “a significant drug trafficking operation in one local neighborhood.” Dustin Moore (left) and his live-in girlfriend Jennifer Valentine (right) face charges relating to the cultivation of marijuana and possession with intent to sell. (Palm Bay PD Images)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Agents with the Special Operations Division arrested two suspects early Friday and shutdown what police say was “a significant drug trafficking operation in one local neighborhood.”

Dustin Moore, 35, and his live-in girlfriend Jennifer Valentine, 43, face charges relating to the cultivation of marijuana and possession with intent to sell.

According to Yvonne Martinez of the Palm Bay Police Department, the department received complaints from area residents about high amounts of suspected drug related traffic at 918 Brisbane Street, agents began an undercover investigation.

After several weeks agents developed enough probable cause to obtain a search warrant for the home. With assistance from the SWAT team, the warrant was executed around 8 a.m. Friday.

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The two suspects were arrested without incident.

The search warrant yielded approximately 3-4 pounds of marijuana an estimated $50,000 cash, 3 firearms and several marijuana plants along with other paraphernalia, according to Martinez.

The investigation is ongoing.

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ABOVE MAP: Police department received complaints from area residents about high amounts of suspected drug related traffic at 918 Brisbane Street in Palm Bay.


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