BCSO DEPUTY SPOTLIGHT: Sean Cronin, Adam Weimer Take Down Suspected Drug Dealer

By  //  November 19, 2016

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Deputys' passion for job are a tremendous asset

Deputy Sean Cronin is in his first year with our agency and proudly served in the Army prior to gaining employment with the Brevard County Sheriff's Office. Deputy Adam Weimer is in his second year with our agency and continues to enjoy serving our community, working hard each and every day to protect our citizens.

Deputy Sean Cronin, left, is in his first year with our agency and proudly served in the Army prior to gaining employment with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Adam Weimer, right, is in his second year with our agency and continues to enjoy serving our community, working hard each and every day to protect our citizens.

BREVRAD COUNTY, FLORIDA – As most of you know, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of many units and squads who each perform very important functions around the clock to protect our citizens.

To better introduce you to our team, from time to time we like to post employee and unit spotlights so you can get to know the incredible men and women of your Sheriff’s Office.

Tonight I would like to introduce you to Deputy Sean Cronin and Deputy Adam Weimer of our East Precinct.

Deputy Sean Cronin is in his first year with our agency and proudly served in the Army prior to gaining employment with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Adam Weimer is in his second year with our agency and continues to enjoy serving our community, working hard each and every day to protect our citizens.

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Recently, Deputies Cronin and Weimer were on patrol in the area of Roosevelt Avenue in Merritt Island when they came in contact with Adrian Patterson at his residence, located at 468 Roosevelt Avenue.

While speaking with Patterson, the Deputies established probable cause relating to the possession of a controlled substance. BCSO Agents, along with our Special Investigations Unit, responded and subsequently executed a search warrant at the residence.

The ensuing search lead to the discovery of approximately 60 grams of suspected methamphetamine, approximately 600 grams of marijuana and a 9mm handgun.

As a result of the search, Patterson was arrested for Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell and was subsequently transported to the Brevard County Jail with additional charges pending.

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As Sheriff, I am extremely proud of Sean and Adam for their incredible service to our community. Their abilities, professionalism and passion for the job are a tremendous asset to our agency and community.

Please join me in thanking both Sean and Adam for their commitment and dedication to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and protecting our citizens.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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