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FL, AG Pam Bondi on Largest Heroin Bust, “I think the wall might get built a little faster”

HERNANDO – Florida’s Attorney General, Pam Bondi, made a stop in Hernando County Friday to praise the Sheriff’s Office on the largest Heroin bust in County history.

Sheriff Al Nienhuis says through a 6 to 8 month investigation investigators discovered that 46-year-old Kelvin Scott Johnson, a Spring Hill resident, had been traveling to an undisclosed location in the Northeast, where he would mail thousands of heroin doses back to Hernando County.

On January 27th, Detectives intercepted Johnson as he entered Hernando County and arrested him without incident.

During the investigation, Detectives confiscated 5500 individually packaged heroin doses, worth over an estimated $100,000.

The drug dealer responsible for packaging the heroin doses either had a political message or just a sense of humor when he stamped the likenesses of Mexican Drug Lord El Chapo, Colombian kingpin Pablo Escobar, and even President Donald Trump on the envelopes. But Attorney General Pam Bondi didn’t find the joke funny at all when she held up a dose and said “This drug dealer made a big mistake by putting the President’s picture on this because he (President Trump) is going to be our most fiercest advocate for taking this junk off the streets.” Bondi went on to say “I’m going to make sure he gets one of these packets when this case is over, to put in the Oval Office, to remind him of all the good he’s doing.”

Bondi explained that human trafficking and the heroin industry go hand-in-hand, stating, “it’s all tied together in this war on human trafficking… this is the drug of choice for human traffickers. When they take a young girl, a young boy… They’re immediately getting them addicted to this stuff.”

“The majority is being manufactured in Asia and coming through the traditional smuggling routes of Canada but mainly Mexico,” says Bondi.

I asked Bondi if the she had talked to the President regarding the heroin epidemic and the building of the “Wall” and she said “The President called me two days ago from the Oval Office but didn’t talk about anything particular because our Navy SEAL’s body was brought back to Dover…”  Bondi did say that she talked to him about building the “Wall” and “I talked about heroin as I do every time I talk to him.” She went on to say, “I think the wall might get built a little fast, but that’s just me saying…”

Bondi went on to commend Sheriff Al Nienhuis and the multi-agency task force that helped make the arrest possible.

The human trafficking element isn’t as relevant to Hernando County as it is with neighboring jurisdictions that allow adult entertainment establishments, which is why Pasco County organized a task force to make sure businesses comply with state and local laws and ordinances.

RNRF recently tagged along with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, as it made unannounced visits to some local strip clubs in Hudson.

State Law requires that signs be displayed inside truck stops and rest areas throughout Florida so that victims can contact the authorities if they or someone they know is a victim of human trafficking. Pasco County requires that all adult entertainment businesses follow the same guidelines and must post the same signage in restroom stalls and dressing rooms.

Although no major violations have been discovered in recent weeks, there were some citations issued from the Building and Health Departments, respectively.

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  • I say spike it to make it kill and put it back on the streets. Let the junkies die off… Unless you sympathetic people want to help the loosers. As for me, i dont want to support lossers!

    Monday, 6 February 2017, 8:48 pm
    • you are completely lacking in reality. you do realize why the spike in heroine use has happened? you cant even begin to grasp the profit and politics behind what caused it. people go in for things like surgeries to things like injections for car crashes and back injuries. they are pumped with opiates until insurance runs out or its time for a discharge and turned into addicts then let go. Ive never touched it, i dont even smoke or drink but I know the grim reality. People from all walks of life all ages are turned into addicts and the bodies cravings for pain killers are unimaginable. The pain alone people suffer from withdraw is intense and extremely painful. Ive had women tell me its easily 10x that of child birth all day and they can barely sleep. I hope you never get hurt or get into a car crash or have a family or loved one need surgery and turned into an addict by being pumped full of pain killers. It isnt a choice for many initially. Cocaine and meth usually are more the party drugs but heroine isnt something just pick up bc they got bored. There are cures but people such as yourself that are lacking a moral compass really impede any progress.

      Tuesday, 7 February 2017, 8:59 pm
    • did you just spell losers wrong two different ways!?

      Wednesday, 8 February 2017, 2:58 pm
  • There is no limit to Ms. Bondi’s ambition, no limit at all.

    Monday, 6 February 2017, 6:36 pm
  • I think heroin usage will be greater when the reality of the Donald sets in

    Monday, 6 February 2017, 12:20 pm
  • More Junk Off The Streets, Good Job HCSO

    Monday, 6 February 2017, 10:41 am
  • i agree its a problem but this is a demand and supply issue. the demand is heavy, especially after all the people got insanely wealthy off of getting people hooked on rx pain meds. now heroin is actually cheaper and has a near exact opiate high. great to see pro active law enforcement but lets be honest this is a small tiny fraction of what comes into this county daily. when I was an officer, we knew stuff there are more traffickers than man power. stuff came in on planes via the airport, came in by boat at various docks and by vehicle daily. theres even subs and gps drones that deliver into florida.. the real issue is the addiction.

    seriously think about it, for years theyve been busting maybe 5 percent of the drugs that come for decades and thats at a high conservative number. I fully support law enforcement but lets be honest the drug war is costly and has been realistically lost many years ago. The billions of dollars would be better spent in treatment and rehabilitation programs and education. Argue the facts if you want but keeping the drug war going is what keeps it profitable and is what lines cartels and other gangs pockets and actually provides income for human trafficking and theres a huge corporate underground also which prohibits success in eliminating drugs.

    Mike is right. There are huge afghan fields guarded by us interest that is shipped out and processed and sold to manufacture heroine. Its a big money maker and its paid for by tax payer money. Its just like companies like coca cola are allowed to still manufacture cocaine in the usa to this day and ship it out to warehouses in the usa for the stepan company that are considered classified. Go ahead and look it up. What do you think they do with thousands of tons of cocaine monthly?

    The drug war is the definition of crazy. We do the same exact thing over and over expecting different results. Especially when we have corporations on us soil bringing in and manufacturing drugs that are exempt from federal law. Instead of fighting the corruption at the source or helping those that really are victims, we keep up with these small horse and pony shows to keep the general population pacified.

    Monday, 6 February 2017, 9:27 am
    • Foodforthought == EXCELLENT ! !!! ?

      Monday, 6 February 2017, 11:18 am
    • Very good post food right on target as well as mexico and the cartel have been cut down to 10% of ganja exports because of legalizing medical,recreational but now they are growing poppies in sinaloa mexico where they thought would not grow big problem… Also they are making synthetic opiates stronger than herion here in u.s….. For every 1 boat or sub that they catch in Caribbean or gulf atlantic 4 more made it just like food said.

      Monday, 6 February 2017, 11:25 am
      • exactly and unfortunately keeping the fire going provides revenue for these dangerous cartels and keeps it profitable. instead of addressing the victims and helping people that are willing and need it, its treated like it has been for decades and its been just getting out of control and things are not getting any better. people need to wake up.

        Tuesday, 7 February 2017, 8:50 pm
        • The help is there for them numb nuts. Just like the homeless refuse the free help that exist for them. They’d rather spend the hand out on drugs and booze than take the food or shelter provided by the tax payers and panhandling contributions. They would rather get high. By the way, how can anyone take you seriously when you have the reading level of a 4th grader? You consistently post replies FILLED with grammatical errors. Ever heard of spell check? Make an effort.

          Sunday, 12 February 2017, 5:16 pm
  • I certainly hope they have plans to shut down the ” undisclosed location in the northeast” also. I’m not naive, know they’ll set up another, but it will take a few days & disrupt supply temporarily. Good job by all involved.

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 11:11 pm
  • The wall will have no impact. Drones can already carry drugs. And a drone was unveiled at CES that is capable of carrying a person. Better makes that wall 20,000 feet high.

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 8:31 pm
    • REALLY ?????????

      Monday, 6 February 2017, 10:25 am
  • KEEP IT UP HERNANDO… yipeee—-worried for granchildrens future

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 3:08 pm
  • MIKE YES COMES FROM AFGHAN BUT OVER MEXICAN BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BRING BACK AGENT ORANGE !!!!!!!!!

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 2:53 pm
    • Exactly!!!!

      Sunday, 5 February 2017, 9:11 pm
  • all those charges and 75,000.00 bond is all

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 2:49 pm
  • What’s wrong “Dumph,” are you jealous of Bondi?

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 2:49 pm
  • 90% of the herion that feeds the world is Afghanistan FACT….But good job now thats a bust .

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 2:20 pm
  • Dumph your an idiot that was clinton… dumph

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 2:09 pm
  • In other news, the lipstick found on Trumps rear end was found to match perfectly with the shade that Ms Blondi wears.

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 1:34 pm
    • LOL! Good one! Bondi needs to go!

      Friday, 10 February 2017, 3:42 pm
  • Iam thankful that LEO had an opportunity to share this with the general public before our useless states attorney office plea deals this down to a non felony charge.

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 1:20 pm
    • That will not get pled down to do non felony. He’s going for trafficking or at the least, conspiracy to traffic. GUARANTEED. For all of you who think everything is pled down, I got hit with an F1 trafficking charge and a chunk of prison time for having an excess amount to feed my habit only. So, how you think things get taken lightly all the time I’d beyond me. I got nailed! And I was a young Caucasian male… that must have been my luck for getting my own dose of “white privilege!”

      Sunday, 5 February 2017, 4:02 pm
      • Word.

        Sunday, 5 February 2017, 8:17 pm
  • It’s GREAT that this poison didn’t get to the streets of Spring Hill. However, it went via USPS, so how would the wall have stopped this shipment?

    Sunday, 5 February 2017, 1:20 pm

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