Brevard Sheriff’s Agents Bust Jamie Hatcher for Selling Fentanyl and Cocaine from his Residence on Stratford Drive

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BCSO Agents made controlled purchases of fentanyl from Hatcher

BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY: Recently our team culminated a significant drug investigation that began when Agents assigned to the Special Investigations Unit received information that an individual was selling fentanyl and cocaine from his residence located on Stratford Drive in unincorporated Cocoa. As a result of the information, our Agents were able to purchase controlled substances at the residence of 33-year-old Jamie Hatcher of Cocoa. (BCSO image)

During the search of the residence, agents seized quantities of fentanyl, cocaine, and a semi-automatic pistol along with $26,369 in U.S. currency

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – I would like to bring the efforts of our Special Investigations Unit to your attention as they continue to work diligently every day to rid our streets of illicit drugs such as heroin and fentanyl.

Recently our team culminated a significant drug investigation that began when Agents assigned to the Special Investigations Unit received information that an individual was selling fentanyl and cocaine from his residence located on Stratford Drive in unincorporated Cocoa.

As a result of the information, our Agents were able to purchase controlled substances at the residence of 33-year-old Jamie Hatcher of Cocoa.

Agents made controlled purchases of fentanyl from Hatcher and with the assistance of the Sheriff’s Fugitive Unit, subsequently arrested Hatcher and executed a search warrant at his residence.

During the search of the residence, agents seized quantities of fentanyl, cocaine, and a semi-automatic pistol along with $26,369 in U.S. currency. (BCSO image)

During the search of the residence, agents seized quantities of fentanyl, cocaine, and a semi-automatic pistol along with $26,369 in U.S. currency.

As a result of the controlled buys and the search warrant, Hatcher was arrested for one count of trafficking in fentanyl, three counts of sale of fentanyl, and three counts of possession of fentanyl.

Hatcher is currently being held at the Brevard County Jail on a $202,000 bond.

As Sheriff, I am extremely proud of everyone involved in this investigation to protect our community and ask that you please join me in thanking our Agents for their commitment and dedication to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and the protection our citizens!

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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