Suspicious person report leads to arrest for multiple narcotics

Published 9:41 am Friday, April 12, 2024

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A report of a suspicious person in a parking lot Wednesday evening led to the arrest of a Woodleaf woman on multiple drug charges.

The report came in at about 8:20 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10 about a suspicious person in the parking lot of Fast Phils (formerly Cartner’s) on US 64 West at Davie Academy Road.

Davie Sheriff J.D. Hartman said the person was recognized by deputies as Nicole Yvonne Milles of Woodleaf, and they quickly noticed evidence of criminal activity.

Deputy Andrew Beck and K9 Smoke were called to conduct an open-air sniff of Milles’ vehicle, and the dog indicated narcotics there, Hartman reported.

Officers found more than six ounces of methamphetamine, as well as Alprazolam, MDMA, Oxycodone and marijuana, as well as paraphernalia used to sell narcotics.

Milles was charged with felony trafficking methemphetamine, possession with intent to sell Schedule II controlled substance, felony maintaining a vehicle for controlled substances, possession with intent to sell Schedule I controlled substance, felony possession of Schedule I controlled substance, possession with intent to sell Schedulv IV controlled substance, two counts of simple possession of Schedule IV controlled substance, simple possession of Schedule II controlled substance, possession of up to a half ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

She was taken into custody in lieu of a $250,000 bond, pending a May 9 appearance in Davie District Court.