A Fort Myers man, who is a documented gang member, is accused of trafficking large amounts of crystal meth, cocaine, MDMA, and pain killers.
Robert Bullock, 29, of the 15000 block of Bartow Boulevard, was arrested Wednesday by Collier deputies.
According to arrest reports, deputies were making probation check-ins when they found Bullock and a friend visiting the residence of the 600 block of 102nd Avenue North, Naples.
Once deputies entered the home, they saw Bullock and his friend quickly exit through the back door and ordered him to stop. Deputies said they spotted Bullock drop a black bag that landed in a kitty litter box.
Reports said, Bullock’s friend gave deputies a fake name when asked for his information and stated he did not have an ID card. Deputies then searched him and found a wallet in his back pocket containing his ID card.
Deputies identified Bullock’s friend to be Levi Humphrey, who had a warrant for violation of probation for burglary. Humphrey was taken into custody for his warrant and giving false information to law enforcement, according to reports.
While questioning Bullock and his friend, deputies discovered multiple drugs: 118 grams of MDMA, also known as “mollies,” almost 6 grams of crystal methamphetamine, 29 Hydromorphone pills, about 31 grams of cocaine, and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia items.
Bullock denied possession of the narcotics and stated that the deputies did not see him carrying the black bag, according to reports.
Bullock faces three felony charges for drug trafficking, drug possession, and drug paraphernalia possession.