Two men were arrested Thursday after deputies executed a search warrant at one of the suspect’s Fort Myers “trap” house.
One suspect, Dwayne Johnson, 56, faces charges of Possession of Cocaine and the Sale of Cocaine. The second suspect, Tyrone Samuel, 34, who had two felony warrants, faces charges of Cocaine Possession and Probation Violation.
A citizen complaint that Johnson was selling narcotics and using his home as a “trap” house led to the drug bust Thursday afternoon. According to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office press release, 1.8 grams of cocaine, suboxone strips and drug paraphernalia were all seized from the bust.
“Citizen complaints played a major role in the success of this narcotics investigation,” Carmine Marceno, Lee County Sheriff, said in a press release. “If you see something, say something, make the call. We won’t stop at getting dangerous drugs off our streets.”