Palm Coast, FL - A suspected drug house on Bleau Court had a doormat telling visitors to "come back with a warrant." So, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office did just that.
The search – which was carried out at 6:30 this morning (April 24th) – ended up uncovering 2.5 grams of fentanyl, dozens of used syringes and other drug paraphernalia.
Four residents were also secured at the house, but no arrests have been made at this time as the investigation is still ongoing. Detectives have also contacted the Florida Department of Children and Families regarding a child that was found at the residence.
“This poison peddler had a doormat that said ‘Come Back With A Warrant’ so we did!” Sheriff Rick Staly
said. “Our detectives did a great job in following up on tips received on this residence. We still have
some follow-up work to do, but for now the deadly drugs and syringes seized are off the streets.”