A pill-making operation was busted at a Port St. Lucie storage facility Tuesday, according to the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.
Approximately 7,700 Molly pills, worth a street value of $100,000, were located in a storage unit at Uncle Bob's Storage at 10725 South U.S. 1, the sheriff's office stated on its Facebook page.
It says a tip led to the bust.
LSD and honey butane oil, known as dab, cutting agents, blotter paper, pill presses and dies used in the manufacturing process were also found, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara said.
"Drug operations, at any level, lead to other, more violent crimes and each drug dealer my agency stops is one less violent crime that could be committed," the sheriff said in a statement.
The sheriff's office arrested Dillon Edward Hill, 22, in connection with the operation. He faces the following charges.
- Marijuana-possess With Intent To Sell Mfg Or Deliver Schedule I
- Drugs-traffic Own Rent Structure Veh Know Traffic Drugs
- Hallucinogen-possess Wit Sell Mfg Deliv Etc Schedule Ii
- Synth Narcotic-possess Wit Sell Mfg Or Deliver Schedule I Or Ii
- Possess Marijuana Over 20 Grams Pending
- Drugs-traffic Own Rent Structure Veh Know Traffic Drugs-mdpv Methylone
- Drug Equip-possess Manufacture Deliver
- Drugs-possess Listed Chemical Wit Manufacture Cntrl Subs