A Florida man called the police to report theft from his car. He had discovered it when he went back to his car. The police came to investigate the theft when the victim, David Blackmon explained that when he got to his car, his merchandise had been removed. Blackmon told police that he was a drug dealer and that someone had stolen the cocaine he was planning to sell plus some cash. The officer found the cocaine plus other paraphernalia inside his car.
David Blackmon, 35, of Fort Walton Beach, Florida, placed a call to police Sunday morning to report $50 cash and his stash of cocaine missing from his car, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
The Miami Herald reports that Blackmon allegedly told police he was a drug dealer and that someone broke into his car to steal the cash and the quarter-ounce of cocaine.
The responding deputy allegedly found the cocaine in the same spot next to a crack rock, along with a crack pipe, on the floor of the driver’s seat, according to the statement.
Police arrested Blackmon and charged him with a felony count of cocaine possession, resisting an officer without violence, and possessing drug paraphernalia.
Blackmon was booked into Okaloosa County Jail Sunday afternoon before being released on $4,000 bond, according to county jail records.