Search Warrant Leads Deputies To Fentanyl And Other Drugs, Arrest
Collier County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Kevin Rambosk announced Thursday an investigation by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office has led to the arrest of a Golden Gate man and the seizure of a cache of drugs – including the powerful opioid fentanyl, cash and fraudulent credit cards.
Robert James Green, 47, of 1259 Carpazi Court, Apt. #4, was arrested Wednesday and charged with six counts of drug trafficking, two counts of narcotics possession and one count of narcotics possession.
“With this arrest by our dedicated and committed detectives, we continue to send a message that drug dealers won’t be tolerated in our community,” Sheriff Rambosk said.
Detectives with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office Vice and Narcotics Bureau executed a search warrant at Green’s residence Wednesday following an investigation into alleged narcotics activity. A search of the residence turned up the following items:
- 230 grams of cocaine with an estimated value of $10,000
- 25.8 grams of MDMA with an estimated value of $3,000
- 3.3 grams of LSD with an estimated value of $500
- 5.5 grams of fentanyl with an estimated value of $1,000
- 48.9 grams (around 460 pills) of Oxycodone with an estimated value of$14,000
- 170 grams (around 400 pills) of Adderall with an estimated value of $6,000
- More than 260 Xanax pills with an estimated value of $1,345
- 24 grams of marijuana with an estimated value of $200
- 256 Cialis pills with an estimated value of $1,000
- Three vials of testosterone valued at $300
- Digital scales
- Numerous small zipper lock plastic bags
- Several fraudulent credit cards
- $62,970 cash
- $19,000 in counterfeit cash
The total street value of the narcotics is approximately $37,000.
Detectives said Green was operating a one-stop shop for those looking for illicit drugs.
Green was taken into custody and booked into the Collier County jail.
An investigation continues.