Florida Sheriff Posts ‘Closed For Business’ Sign Outside Drug Dealer’s House After Latest Drug Bust

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half a pound of cannabis seized among other drugs

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) released a photo Wednesday that showed Sheriff Rick Staly’s name emblazoned on the sign as deputies arrested 39-year-old Jarian Rahsaun Webb, a seven-time convicted felon, and led him out the front door of his Palm Coast home. (Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Image)

FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – A Florida sheriff planted a sign stating “this drug house closed for business” in front of the home of a suspected dealer as he was taken into custody last week.

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) released a photo Wednesday that showed Sheriff Rick Staly’s name emblazoned on the sign as deputies arrested 39-year-old Jarian Rahsaun Webb, a seven-time convicted felon, and led him out the front door of his Palm Coast home.

Webb’s arrest comes at the conclusion of several undercover operations over the last few months, the sheriff’s office said in a news release.

The investigations were launched after residents in the neighborhood complained of suspected drug activity at the home.

The FCSO’s Special Investigations Unit executed a narcotics search warrant and seized half a pound of cannabis, some of which had been packaged for distribution, along with hydrocodone pills, ecstasy pills, a scale and packaging material, the sheriff’s office said. Detectives also seized $4,000 dollars believed to be the profits from narcotics sales.

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