Miscellaneous narcotics litter a table at the Pinellas Park Police Department Friday after, the results of evidence found when officers served search warrants at three locations.
PINELLAS PARK – Five were arrested Friday, May 9, and one remains at large, after Pinellas Park police served three search warrants on three different targets of narcotics-related investigations.
In addition to drugs and a firearm, narcotics officers seized several thousand dollars found during the search.
Ashlee Brown, 26, was arrested at her home on 43rd St. N. for possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of cocaine with intent to sale. Police said she had “a little less” than a pound of marijuana and about one pound of crack and powder cocaine. She also was arrested for renting property for the purpose of distributing narcotics, which is a first-degree felony due to her having two minors (under age 5) in the home.
Percell Haynes Sr., 52, was arrested at his apartment on 76th Avenue for sales and delivery of cocaine. Tofaya Perry, 38, was arrested at a neighboring apartment on 76th Avenue for possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of MDMA (ecstasy). Police said she had about a half pound of marijuana. She also was arrested for renting property for the purpose of distributing narcotics.
Michael Rome Williams, 42, was arrested for possession of marijuna with intent to sell and possession of MDMA. Antonio S. Levy, 38 was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm, armed trafficking of hyrdrocodone and possession of marijuana.
George Haynes, 30, remains at large. He is wanted for trafficking and sale of heroin.
“This operation was successful due to the joint effort of our narcotics and criminal investigations detectives, as well as members of patrol operations and the Community Policing Redevelopment Policing Unit,” according to a statement from Pinellas Park Police Department.