In October the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET) started an investigation targeting heroin sales in the West 192 corridor of Osceola County. During the investigation, NET developed probable cause to serve a search warrant on 147 Durham Circle in the Sherwood Forrest Mobile Home Park.
On December 8th “NET” served a search warrant at 147 Durham Circle and recovered the following items; 43 grams of suspected Fentanyl, 1 Glock Firearm, $663.00 in U.S. Currency and 1 Steel Press.
The following suspects were arrested in connection to this investigation:
- Dennis David Escobales-Soler; charged with Possession of Control Substance Fentanyl with Intent to sell and trafficking in heroin.
- Ivelisse Gracia-Dones; charged with Possession of Control Substance Fentanyl with Intent to sell
- Michael Hernandez-Rivera; charged with Resisting without Violence
Opioids and controlled substances containing Fentanyl are extremely dangerous, claiming thousands of lives annually, nationwide. They destroy lives, families and communities. We thank Sheriff Russ Gibson and the entire Osceola County Sheriff’s Department for taking on this extremely challenging crisis our community.
We encourage anyone with information concerning the sale of illegal narcotics to report it to law enforcement or through Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477, where information leading to an arrest may be eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000 crimeline.org