Naples man arrested on multiple narcotic trafficking charges


NAPLES, Fla. – The Collier County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Naples man after a search warrant revealed he was trafficking several narcotics from his home.

Leonardo Chavez, 18, was inside the home at 5305 Sholtz Street this morning when CCSO’s Vice and Narcotics Bureau executed a search warrant.

During the search, detectives would recover 137.5 grams of methamphetamine, 44.8 grams of cocaine mixed with fentanyl, 1,459 grams of marijuana, 769.4 grams of TCH edibles, 90.2 grams of THC wax, and 648.1 grams of codeine.

“This one-stop-shop of drugs and crime was shut down by the hardworking and dedicated members of our Vice and Narcotics Bureau with assistance from SWAT, Patrol and other units in our agency,” said Collier County Sheriff Sheriff Kevin Rambosk. “I am committed to keeping our community safe and as drug free as possible.”

Chavez faces multiple charges, including the trafficking of fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine. He also faces possession of marijuana and possession of narcotic paraphernalia charges.

If convicted, Chavez faces a minimum mandatory sentence of 25 years.


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