The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office took a large quantity of illegal drugs off the street after arresting an alleged narcotics dealer.
Harry Vera-Hernandez, 24, was jailed.
On Nov. 20, the Sheriff’s Office Tactical Narcotics Team along with the assistance of SWAT executed a search warrant at 121 Hidalgo Ave, Kissimmee, stemming from a narcotics investigation.
During this investigation, Vera-Hernandez was identified as a narcotics dealer. Several warrants for sale and delivery of heroin were obtained for the arrest of Vera-Hernandez. Other suspects were identified and more charges for narcotics sales are expected.
During the execution of the search warrant, Vera-Hernandez was placed under arrest, and the following items were recovered from the residence:
•Fentanyl- 106.9 grams
•Cocaine- 17.91 grams
•Methamphetamine- 19 grams
•Ecstasy (MDMA)- 10 grams (20 pills)
•Xanax- 10 grams (63 pills)
•Cannabis- 600 grams
•U.S currency: $2,236.00
Vera-Hernandez was charged with trafficking fentanyl, trafficking amphetamines, possession with intent to sell cocaine, possession with intent to sell of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia.