Drugs may tend to bring out the worst in people, but every now and then, they also bring out the base foolishness people love to point and laugh at. This is a little bit of both.
Leander Rahming, 27, resident of Big Coppitt Key, was riding in his car June 23 a bit past midnight when he failed to stop completely at a stop sign. A watchful Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy noticed this, according to the arrest report, and pulled Rahming over.
The deputy called for a K-9 unit and after taking a couple of sniffs of the air around Rahming’s Impala, the service dog alerted the deputies to the front seat. Between the center console and the driver’s seat was a plastic container holding nearly an ounce of methamphetamine, which Rahming denied was his. Rahming was booked at the Stock Island Detention Center where he remains on a $120,000 bond.
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A Keys man was caught dealing methamphetamine just outside of Key West over the weekend, police said.
Leander Rahming, 27, of Big Coppitt Key, was arrested for possession of nearly one ounce of methamphetamine and a digital scale, along with some marijuana, while driving a black Chevrolet Impala on Fifth Street on Stock Island, police said.
Rahming, who is listed as a roofer, didn’t make a complete stop at a stop sign and was pulled over by a Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy just after midnight Saturday, according to the arrest report.
The deputy called for a K-9 unit and the dog sniffed the air surrounding the Impala. The dog alerted deputies to narcotics near the front driver’s seat.
Between the seat and the center console was an orange plastic container holding 26.5 grams of meth. An ounce is 28.35 grams, police said. Click Here to Continue Reading