Sheriff: Two arrested with large amounts of marijuana were targeting kids

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MILTON, Fla. (WKRG) — Santa Rosa County deputies have arrested two people who allegedly had large amounts of marijuana and were targeting kids.

The sheriff’s office held a news conference in Milton on Thursday to announce the arrests of 53-year-old Tracy Farley and 21-year-old Dowdall.

Deputies say they siezed 33 pounds of marijuana in three separate cases. Deputies say the suspects had gummy bears, brownies and other gummy like substances. Deputies say suspects even had marijuana butter, used to cook into foods. 

Deputies say they arrested a man who had a vape shop in Pace, Florida. They say he was selling marijuana out of his house, and they seized 14 pounds of marijuana from him.

Deputies say all these items are being sold to children in Santa Rosa County.

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