Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Suspect For Drug Trafficking, Possessing Various Illegal Drugs

By  //  March 30, 2023

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Message from Sheriff Wayne Ivey

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – And the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Repeat Felony Offender of the Week” is (drum roll please)…Dawna McAlpine who was arrested once again by our agency for yep, you guessed it, Drug Dealing.

Not only drug dealing, but McAlpine had enough fentanyl in her possession that if put into a lethal dose, would be enough to kill 8,000 of our citizens.

McAlpine won this week’s “let’s see how many times I can get arrested and released back onto the streets contest” after having previously been charged with twelve felonies as an adult, and then getting convicted on two of them.

Even better, at the time of her latest arrest, McAlpine was out on felony bond for possession of meth, possession of fentanyl, and possession of MDMA.

That’s right, she got arrested in October of 2022 for possession of meth, possession of fentanyl, and possession of MDMA, bonded out on a measly $9,000 bond, and then took her sorry butt right back out on our streets, and started peddling her poison once again as she preys upon the addictions of others for her own greed.

Well thankfully, my main man, Deputy Heiden Irrizary or “The Stache” as we like to call him, locked her up yet again earlier this week after he responded to a Trespass call at the Walmart in Merritt Island.

Upon arrival at the scene, Deputy Irrizary who is familiar with McAlpine’s track record and narcotics history, located her on the Walmart property and took her into custody after confirming that she had been previously trespassed from the premises.

“The Stache” subsequently searched McAlpine’s hand bag incident to arrest, and located approximately 22.0 grams of methamphetamine, approximately 16.2 grams of fentanyl, and approximately 4.5 grams of Cocaine.

McAlpine was transported to “Ivey’s Iron Bar Lodge” where she was charged with Trafficking in Fentanyl, Trafficking in Meth, Possession of Cocaine, and Possession of Oxycodone. As an added bonus, McAlpine’s bond on her previous charges was revoked, and Judge Garagozlo gave her a $70,500 bond in an effort to try and keep her drug dealing butt locked up.

As is always the case, Deputy Irrizary did his job and took her off our streets so now lets hope the criminal justice system does their job, so that she goes to prison where she belongs.

When is Enough…Enough?

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey