Authorities in Florida arrested a group of individuals earlier this week on drug and ammunition charges, including a man found in a cow’s pajamas, officials said.
Richard Anthony Bonnell was wearing a pink cuff, a pink hat and a one-piece black-and-white spotted cow pajamas with a pink collar when Okichobi County Sheriff’s Office representatives arrested him and five others Friday, the office said.
The arrest was made while a narcotics task force and our Special Response Team member were serving drug warrants at Okichobi’s home.
“If you want to deal with drugs in Okeechobee County, you can consider the MOOOOO-wing,” the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office said after the incident.
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Authorities said methamphetamine, ammunition and drug paraphernalia were found during the search, which led to the arrest.
Bonnell looked confused when he was arrested, police said.
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David Allen Lewis, Monique Rumsley, Carly Lacey and Kimberly Stein were also arrested at the scene for possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, police said.
A sixth man, Lauren Johnston, was also arrested on drug charges.
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Rumsley was also accused of selling methamphetamine, while Bonnell was also charged with possession of ammunition by a convicted felon.
The Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office encourages anyone with drug-related activity tips to call (863) 763-7787.