SARASOTA -- Police discovered 5.7 grams of rock cocaine, 325 grams of marijuana, $2,487 in cash and two firearms when executing a search warrant at a Sarasota residence Thursday, according to the Sarasota Police Department.
Police executed the search warrant at a home in the 1000 block of 40th Street in Sarasota due to complaints of drug sales going on at that location, according to a release.
Michael D. Humphrey Jr., the resident of the home, started "yelling, cursing and walked back and forth" when police arrived to execute the search warrant, according to an arrest report. The police officer said he kept trying to read the warrant and Humphrey would interrupt with "profane language as spit was coming from his mouth."
Police eventually detained Humphrey while the search warrant was executed since he was being disruptive, according to the report. After police read him his Miranda rights, Humphrey reportedly replied "(expletive) you and (expletive) your rights."
The police found the drugs, firearms and cash and arrested Humphrey, as well as Najrangie P. Johnson Jr., who was on the property at the time.
Humphrey, 33, was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a park, possession of marijuana with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a park, obstruction of the execution of a search warrant and violation of injunction for protection. He has a non-expiring domestic injunction against him that prohibits him from possessing a firearm.
Johnson, 19, of Bradenton, is charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana. The drugs were found in his pockets.