Florida police are looking for a woman they believe stole marijuana bricks who arrived in Flagler Beach on Thursday.
The unidentified blonde was photographed wearing a yellow bikini top and black pants in the picture showing the woman reaching for the large bunch of grass after the rough surf brought her to the ground.
While only one side of her face is visible in the photograph published on Friday, she has a series of tattoos on her back that could help the Flagler County authorities determine who the woman is.
Florida police are on the hunt for a woman they believe stole marijuana bricks who came to Flagler Beach
The unidentified blonde woman was photographed wearing a yellow bikini top and black backgrounds on the image showing how she reaches the big bunch of grass on Thursday
Robert Kelley, 61, was arrested for stealing 11 pounds of narcotics at Jungle Hut Road Park, which is about 10 miles from the beach of Flagler Beach.
The incident occurred within a couple of days of separate lots, which constitute approximately 100 pounds of the drug, were discovered on the beaches of Flagler since Wednesday. More was discovered in the nearby counties of Volusia and San Juan as well.
However, on those occasions, witnesses were more honest in reporting the stash, according to Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly.
On Thursday Robert Kelley, 61, was arrested for stealing 11 pounds of narcotics at Jungle Hut Road Park, which is about 10 miles off the coast from Flagler Beach.
He was taken into custody despite claiming that he only took a part of him to hold him in his vehicle because he was not sure if the police were going to take care of the matter.
"When FCSO came on the scene, the caller identified Robert Kelley to the deputies." While onstage, Kelley did not attempt to approach FCSO and alert them that he had found narcotics suspects, "says a statement on Facebook's Facebook page. FCSO.
"After speaking with the caller, the agents contacted Kelley and asked him if he had taken any of the alleged marijuana." Robert pointed to his vehicle and said he was waiting for the arrival of the police.
"When Kelley was asked why he had not alerted law enforcement immediately, he said he did not alert FCSO because he did not know if the Sheriff's Office was coming or not."
Kelley says he was taken into custody despite claiming that he only seized a part of it in his vehicle because he was not sure if the police were going to deal with the matter.
Police have found approximately 100 pounds of marijuana on the beaches in the area
Now facing a felony charge for possession of more than 20g after the parcel was found wrapped in a brown beach towel, he was held in the Sheriff Perry Hall Detention with a $ 2,500 bail.
"The witnesses called us and gave us a description of the person who put him in his backpack and fled the area, now they are going to stay at our hotel," ClickOrlando.com reports that Staly said about the man who is now behind him. the jail.
While the police are investigating where the marijuana came from, it looks like their search for the bikini-clad woman could end soon if the witnesses show up in the same way they did with Kelley.
However, it is possible that two other people have escaped with part of the marijuana.
"This is another great example of" Seeing something, saying something, "Staly said, according to News4Jax." This guy tried to take advantage of a situation and it went completely wrong. "Now, thanks to the joint effort of the attentive look of our citizens and to good police work, these narcotics are off the streets.
"For anyone who thinks they can take advantage of marijuana by washing on the shore, I have a warning for you." Is it worth a trip to the Green Roof Inn accused of a felony only for some "free" grass?
Call 386-313-4911 or Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at 888-277-TIPS (8477) to help the authorities with the investigation.