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PORT CHARLOTTE, FL – A search warrant resulted in the seizure of approximately 22 pounds of cannabis, approximately 8 pounds of THC wax, numerous large totes filled with edibles, firearms and paraphernalia from a home in Port Charlotte.
According to authorities, on Wednesday, November 4, the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office conducted a search at 22259 Hernando Avenue in Port Charlotte, FL. During the search, detectives located 22.39 lbs. of cannabis, sorted and labeled by type, and 8.57 lbs. of THC wax. Also in the home, detectives found several large totes filled with pre-packaged edibles, a bottle of Promethazine – a prescription drug used to treat allergy symptoms, numerous firearms, a plethora of bongs and other paraphernalia, as well as over $19,000 in cash.
The residents in the home, identified as Devan T. Brandon, 22, and Baylie C. Bagwell, 20, were arrested and each were charged with possession with intent to sell (Marijuana), possession with intent to sell (THC wax), possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription (Promethazine).
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Both Devan and Baylie are being held at the Charlotte County Jail without bond with more charges to follow.