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MAN ON BOND ON TRAFFICKING IN HEROIN CHARGE ARRESTED AGAIN, SAME OFFENSE

Matt Boster

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Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Nov 19 2020 7:56 AM

A man out of jail on bond after being arrested last July for trafficking in heroin has been arrested again, on the same charge and more.


The Okaloosa County Multi-Agency Drug Task Force took 45-year old Thomas Obregon of Fort Walton Beach into custody at a store on Robinwood Drive November 13th.


Obregon was wanted on warrants for battery, fleeing and eluding, and driving with a suspended license.


While on the scene, an OCSO K9 alerted on Obregon’s car. A probable cause search turned up fourteen grams of heroin.


Obregon had been arrested July 30, 2020 for trafficking in heroin and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. He was out on bond on those offenses.


New charges for trafficking in heroin and driving with a suspended license, (3rd or subsequent conviction) have been added to his list of felonies.


The Multi-Agency Drug Task Force is an ongoing vital partnership between the OCSO, Crestview Police Department, and Fort Walton Beach Police Department, focused on combatting local illegal narcotics activities



MAN ON BOND ON TRAFFICKING IN HEROIN CHARGE ARRESTED AGAIN, SAME OFFENSE

MAN ON BOND ON TRAFFICKING IN HEROIN CHARGE ARRESTED AGAIN, SAME OFFENSE

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