This is Chief Wiggum’s job: A couple wearing matching Simpsons shirts is arrested in a car filled with fentanyl, cocaine and marijuana near the Universal Studio theme park with Springfield-inspired rides
- A man and woman wearing identical ‘Simpsons’ shirts face narcotics charges after being arrested at a traffic stop in Orlando on Saturday afternoon
- Milton Gardner, 36, and Destiny Jackson, 22, were in a Chevrolet Equinox whose sheriff’s officers suspected a smell of marijuana, leading to their arrest
- Police asked both occupants to get out of the car and found bags of marijuana, cocaine residue and a plastic pipe after searching the vehicle
- Jackson also had fentanyl and eutylon with him. Both were arrested for drug possession, which is considered a felony in Florida
- The incident occurred about a mile from Universal Studios Florida, which features “Simpsons” themed rides and recreations of Springfield landmarks.
A man and woman wearing matching Simpson shirts were arrested Friday in a drug-filled car about a mile from Universal Studios, which is a Springfield-themed area, in Orlando, police said.
Milton Gardner, 36, was driving a Chevrolet Equinox with passenger Destiny Jackson, 22, when he was stopped at a stoplight by sheriff’s officers, who reported that the vehicle smelled of marijuana, according to the police report.
After asking both occupants to get out of the car, police found three “bags” of marijuana “where Milton and Destiny were,” as well as a bag containing cocaine residue and a plastic pipe, the report said.
Milton Gardner (left) and Destiny Jackson (right) were both wearing matching Simpsons shirts at the time of their arrest. They face narcotics charges after being arrested Saturday afternoon at a traffic stop in Orlando where drugs were found in the duo’s vehicle
Gardner and Jackson were arrested for possession of cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Jackson was also charged with possession of fentanyl and eutylon, a designer stimulant.
According to Orange County court records, Gardner and Jackson had less than 20 grams of marijuana in their possession, which is considered a felony.
At the time of the incident, both were wearing identical shirts featuring members of the “Simpsons” family, including Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie.
The pair were arrested about a mile from Universal Studios Florida, which features tributes to beloved characters such as Springfield Police Chief Wiggum, along with “Simpsons” themed rides and re-creations of Springfield landmarks such as Moe’s Tavern, Kwik- E-Mart and Krusty Burger.
Gardner and Jackson are out on bail.
The date and location of the trial have not been disclosed at this time, according to Orange County court records.
Pictured: Homer’s favorite beer, Duff, is available at the “brewery” in the Springfield area of Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Gardner and Jackson were arrested about a mile from the amusement park
Pictured: Kang & Kodos’ Twirl ‘n’ Hurl is named after the aliens on The Simpsons and is part of the Springfield area of Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Gardner and Jackson were arrested about a mile from the amusement park