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Four People Arrested In Drug Bust In Orlando


According to a report from Florida Politics, four people were arrested during a drug bust in Orlando. Notably, the arrest happened at the home of Jane Healy, a former co-chair of a local Tourist Development Tax Advisory Committee. Her son, Randall Healy Clark, was arrested and charged with multiple drug offenses, including the trafficking of methamphetamines. In this article, our Orlando drug crimes defense attorney discusses the charges filed in this case. 

Drug Bust at Orlando Home Owned By Former City Leader 

Randall Healy Clark was arrested on July 21st for trafficking methamphetamines after police found 125 grams of meth in his car. His passenger, Patricia Fredrick, was also detained for possessing fentanyl. At Mr. Clark’s residence—which is owned by his mother. detectives discovered more drugs and live ammunition. As a result of the raid, two more individuals, Deborah Rogers and Audriana Gardner, were also arrested on various other charges. The Orlando Police Department notes that this is still an active ongoing investigation. Additional arrests may still be forthcoming.

An Overview of Methamphetamine Trafficking Charges in Florida 

Methamphetamine (meth) is a powerful and highly addictive stimulant. Law enforcement agencies and prosecutors in Florida have cracked down on meth in recent years. A person can face serious charges for the manufacturing, distribution, and/or possession of meth. Notably, the trafficking of methamphetamine is treated with utmost severity. In Florida, meth trafficking charges are governed by Section 893.135 of the Florida Statutes. Trafficking of meth is the selling, purchasing, manufacturing, delivering, or bringing of meth into the state. Here is an overview of the penalties related to methamphetamine trafficking in Florida:

  • 14 to 28 Grams of Meth: A mandatory prison sentence of three years and a $50,000 fine.
  • 28 to 200 Grams of Meth: A mandatory prison sentence of seven years and a $100,000 fine
  • 200 or More Grams of Meth: A mandatory prison sentence of fifteen years and a $250,000 fine.

Notably, meth trafficking could also potentially lead to federal criminal charges in certain circumstances. If meth trafficking involves allegations of multi-state drug distribution, federal authorities may be involved. The penalties under federal law can be even more severe, leading to longer prison sentences and larger fines. Defending against methamphetamine trafficking charges requires the expertise of an Orlando, FL criminal defense attorney who is well-versed in the law. As every case is different, it is imperative that you have a criminal defense lawyer who is prepared to invest the time, resources, and attention to detail to get you the best outcome.

Contact Our Orlando, FL Drug Crimes Defense Attorney Today

At The Baez Law Firm, our Orlando drug crimes defense lawyer fights aggressively to protect the rights of our clients. If you have any questions about a drug charge, we are more than ready to help. Get in touch with us by phone or connect with us online to arrange an appointment with a lawyer. We defend drug possession and drug trafficking charges throughout Central Florida.



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