Am ex-con in Florida was sporting a shirt emblazoned with the phrase “COKE” whereas promoting crack cocaine to an secret agent final week, an arrest affidavit mentioned.
Terry Leon Simmons, 53, was arrested Friday afternoon in his Fort Pierce residence – a couple of 2-hour drive north of Miami – on a cost of felony cocaine gross sales. He was slapped with one other felony cost after officers discovered marijuana “in plain view” and “what gave the impression to be” ecstasy subsequent to his mattress, the affidavit mentioned.
Police mentioned Simmons offered crack cocaine to a driver outdoors a comfort retailer close to his house on June 5. A possible trigger affidavit mentioned officers noticed a suspect sporting a “blue shirt with crimson lettering on the entrance that mentioned ‘COKE.” He allegedly offered 4 crack cocaine rocks for $40.
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Simmons was arrested with out incident and booked within the St. Lucie County jail in lieu of $55,000 bond, based on the Smoking Gun.
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Courtroom data cited by the web site point out that Simmons has earlier drug-related convictions going again to the early 1990s. He was launched in February after spending a three-year jail sentence for cocaine possession and tampering with proof.