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Dumb and dumber! Florida drug dealer, David Blackmon arrested after he called police for help recovering his stolen stash of cocaine

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Drug dealer called 911 to report his cocaine stolen
David Blackmon  told Sheriff’s deputies that he was missing $50 in cash in addition to a quarter ounce of his cocaine after a break in
35-year-old Blackmon of Okaloosa County, Fla was requesting help of the deputies in recovering the missing drug
Deputies canvassed the crime scene, his car, and located more coke
He was arrested and charged with resisting an officer without violence, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony drug possession
He was booked and released July 17, on a $4,000 bond
Responding to a call about a burglary Sunday, police in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., discovered a very forthright man claiming to be a drug dealer in need of some assistance.
According to the Miami Herald, David Blackmon allegedly told deputies with the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s office that a thief had broken into his car and stolen $50 in cash in addition to a quarter ounce of his prized cocaine,

David Blackmon 1David Blackmon told a deputy who responded that he was a drug dealer and that someone had broken into his vehicle while it was parked, taking about $50 and a quarter ounce of cocaine

Authorities confirmed that the items seemed to be missing from where the 35-year-old said he had put them, but on the bright side, the deputies were able to help him locate a second bag of coke that he had left on the center console, at which point they began reading Blackmon his rights.
In Deputy Dennis Fields’ arrest report, he noted, “Blackmon asked if I knew the cocaine was there, why did I let him keep talking.”
In addition to the baggie, the deputies also found a crack pipe and crack rock inside the car.
Blackmon was arrested and charged with resisting an officer without violence for allegedly refusing to follow commands, possessing drug paraphernalia and possessing cocaine, which is a felony charge.
He was released Monday on a $4,000 bond.

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