A marijuana dealer who was robbed by two of his customers last month used Facebook to track the men down, then reported them to sheriff’s deputies, court documents state.
The dealer, described as a Full Sail University student, told deputies two men, one of whom he knew as “Money,” came to his Orange County apartment 7 p.m. Oct. 26 to buy pot.
The pair left after the transaction, an affidavit states.
Then, about 11 p.m., the dealer got a call from “Money,” who said he was at the back door of the apartment, deputies said.
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When the dealer opened the door, he was met by three men -- the two from earlier, plus a masked man wielding a silver handgun.
The men from the earlier transaction were unarmed.
The trio threatened a female friend of the dealer at gunpoint, deputies said, stealing her cell phone, 15 grams of marijuana and the dealer’s wallet, which contained $700 cash.
After class the next day, the dealer was assisted by a friend in searching Facebook for “Money,” the affidavit states.
They found a profile with his real name, Antorri Farrier.
Farrier, 21, was arrested Wednesday on a home invasion charge.
It’s unclear in an affidavit if anyone else was arrested, but records show the dealer hasn’t yet been charged.