Florida Cops Bust Drug and Sex Trafficker Profiled In June MFI-Miami Article
Florida cops have confirmed the arrest of the low-level drug dealer, “Tin-Man”. Tin-Man was a fixture of the South Fort Lauderdale drug scene. That was until it was busted up in June. Tin-Man is now sitting clutching a bar of soap on a bunk bed in the Palm Beach County Jail.
The raids and busts were the result of an MFI-Miami article that was posted June 7th. The article detailed who the dealers were. MFI-Miami also exposed they were located and how they operated.
The MFI-Miami article caused a public outcry and caught the attention of foreign governments. Foreign governments who have deep economic ties to Florida contacted the US State Department and the State of Florida.
Their involvement pressured Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis and the Fort Lauderdale Police into action. The crackdown led to the arrest of nearly a dozen major drug and sex traffickers who were plaguing Fort Lauderdale. The raids and busts also led to about 6 addicts that were roaming the streets to check into detox and rehab facilities.
However, a low-level junkie dealer named Tin-Man eluded the Fort Lauderdale police. MFI-Miami has now learned that Tin-Man whose legal name is Jeremy Lionel Miller has now taken up residence in the Palm Beach County Jail thanks to the Palm Beach Gardens Police.