Police in Walton County, Florida, report that a man has been arrested for the 32nd time after a traffic stop revealed a sale weight amount of the drugs methamphetamine and marijuana in his car.
On Monday, the Walton County Sheriff’s Office stopped 33-year-old Willie Goldsmith on Highway 331 for driving with a suspended license. After seeing his long record, the deputies decided they had probable cause and performed a search of his car with a drug sniffing dog.
During the search, the dog alerted police to a fake can of Red Bull, inside of which sheriffs found 4.6 grams of the methamphetamine called ICE and 5.3 grams of marijuana. Also in the fake Red Bull can were a stainless steel spoon with drug residue on it and small plastic bags typically used to distribute drugs.
Goldsmith was arrested and charged with intentions to sell the drugs.
The incident afforded Goldsmith his 32nd arrest, according to deputies.
Goldsmith has also been arrested by the Pensacola Police Department, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, and the DeFuniak Springs Police Department.
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