Two south Florida residents jailed for trafficking cocaine and meth

A south Florida couple are behind bars in Washington County after a routine patrol spotted a suspicious vehicle in Vernon.

A Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted a suspicious vehicle around 3 a.m. on September 9, parked to the side of the Vernon Express convenience store, after business hours.

The blue Dodge Caravan’s dash lights were on and the vehicle appeared to be occupied.

The deputy made contact with the driver, 24-year-old Juliana Marie Carbo, of Spring Hill and passenger, 21-year-old, Robert Wayne Cyr, of Winter Haven. While speaking with the subjects, a strong odor a Marijuana was coming from within the interior of the vehicle, according to WCSO. WCSO made a short inquiry with the occupants concerning the smell and a subsequent search of the vehicle was conducted. Located inside the vehicle was a package of cocaine and methamphetamine. A further search found an additional clear baggie which contained several white pills with no identifying markings on them.

The approximate total package weights of the narcotics were more than three ounces of cocaine and more than three ounces of methamphetamine.

Carbo and Cyr are charged with trafficking cocaine, trafficking methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.