Florida troopers find drugs in bag labeled 'Bag Full of Drugs'

  • Florida troopers find drugs in bag labeled 'Bag Full of Drugs'

Florida troopers find drugs in bag labeled 'Bag Full of Drugs'

Sheriff's deputies in one Florida county couldn't help themselves and poked a little fun at two guys they arrested in Santa Rosa County over the weekend who turned out to be carrying an assortment of narcotics that earned them charges of drug trafficking.

Troopers noticed the bag in the vehicle during a traffic stop as the men were pulled over for speeding.

Two men charged with drug trafficking could have done a better job hiding their wares than using a package labeled "Bag Full of Drugs", Florida authorities said.

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office, which assisted in the arrest, offered a word of advice on Facebook to other would-be drug traffickers.

"Note to self- do not traffic your illegal narcotics in bags labeled 'Bag Full Of Drugs, '" a Facebook post from the Sheriff's office read. Because the department's K-9s "can read".

Both men were taken into custody and taken to jail.

Authorities pulled over driver Ian Christian Simmons and passenger Joshua Michael Reinhardt, both 34 and from Orlando, around 5:30 p.m. Saturday for cruising up to 95 miles per hour in their Kia, according to a Highway Patrol news release obtained by The Pensacola News-Journal.

Troopers say inside they found methamphetamine, GHB, cocaine, MDMA and fentanyl.