Hernando Sheriff Intercepts Package Containing Ecstasy
Two Brooksville men have been charged, deputies said.
BROOKSVILLE – Two men are facing drug charges after Hernando deputies said they intercepted a package containing drugs that the two were planning to sell.
Daniel Lucht, 23, and Zachery Brinski, 19, of 965 Candlelight Blvd. were charged with one count each of trafficking in MDMA, possession of a structure for the purpose of trafficking in a controlled
substance and possession of paraphernalia, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies said that, on July 19, they intercepted a package containing 201 pink tablets of MDMA, commonly known as Ecstasy. The package was addressed to Lucht, a nursing student, at his home address. Deputies performed a controlled delivery of the package. Soon after Brinski, Lucht’s roommate, arrived home and deputies executed a search warrant.
Deputies said the found the package and the MDMA inside the house. They also seized three computers that were used to order the MDMA, 93 small plastic Ziploc-type baggies, and a marijuana smoking pipe.
Lucht admitted buying the MDMA for $500 over the internet, deputies said. He told them that Brinski provided $100 toward the purchase. Lucht told deputies they sold the pills for less than regular street value to help pay the bills. Deputies said Brinski also admitted to his involvement with the sale and possession of the MDMA. Both told deputies they do not sell in Hernando, but travel to clubs in Tampa and Orlando to conduct their business.
For information about the Hernando sheriff, go to hernandosheriff.org.
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