Idiot Drug Dealer Gets Raided While Flashing Drug Money On Facebook Live
As the old saying goes, crime doesn’t pay. And this saying holds true, especially when you decide to boast about your criminal exploits to all your friends and followers on Facebook Live.
Breon Hollings, 22, was streaming live to Facebook, showing off his cash and repeating “this shit don’t stop”, when officers from Jacksonville’s Sheriff Department executed a search warrant on the premises.
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Although police had already planned to execute the search warrant, the video could be used as evidence against Hollings, who would need to explain the source of the stacks of cash. Exactly how much money Hollings is holding is hard to establish from the low quality stream. Seeing as US notes are all the same length and roughly the same colour, it could be anything from a couple of hundred to a couple of thousand dollars.
At one point, Hollings exits the room, telling his viewers to “hold on” and comes back with a folded stack, which could possibly just be the first stack, just folded, before police can be heard over loud speaker. They can then be heard breaking windows and using what sounds like a battering ram.
Hollings was arrested and police seized a handgun with ammunition, crack cocaine, oxycodone pills and drug paraphernalia. As Holling’s has a previous felony conviction, he’s not allowed to own a fire-arm in the gun-friendly state of Florida. This charge alone contributes over half his bail amount.
He may have been arrested whilst flashing the cash, but unless someone is willing to cough up a whopping $425,012 for bail, Hollings is going to have to get comfortable in jail whilst he waits for his trial, set for the 22nd of June.
Police have not revealed what triggered the raid, however it’s not likely that this isn’t the first stupid thing Holling’s has done to draw attention to himself. I guess the shit just stopped?
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