All three suspects have been arrested before in Flagler County.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit served a narcotics search warrant at 410 S. Church Street in Bunnell on Thursday, July 16.
The FCSO SWAT team and the Bunnell Police Department assisted with the warrant service.
In recent months, SIU conducted several undercover operations and were able to confirm narcotics were being sold from the residence by multiple people. Heavy traffic coming and going from the residence was apparent during all hours.
During the execution of the search warrant, five adults were located at the residence and on the property.
While detectives were on scene at the residence, neighbors expressed their appreciation to the detectives for helping to clean up their community.
Detectives seized cocaine, synthetic cathinones (Molly), cannabis, and various other drug paraphernalia.
They arrested three people:
- Gladys Evelyn Warren, 61, charged with possession of synthetic cathinones and possession of drug paraphernalia
- Jayla Teyanna Steward, 22, charged with possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia
- Everett Ceacer Bullard, 58, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
The suspects were booked into the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility. Warren and Steward are being held with no bond allowed. Bullard is being held on a $500 bond.
“This has been a problem house for a long time and made the Sheriff’s High Intensity Target list,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “We appreciate the community for sending in their tips and being patient while our detectives built a case for a search warrant. Unfortunately the poison peddlers arrested are familiar with the accommodations at the Green Roof Inn and have yet to change their profession to avoid frequent visits. If they continue, they will remain on the Sheriff’s High Intensity Target list.”
All three suspect have prior arrests for drug charges; Bullard also has previously ben arrested on charges including battery, strong armed robbery and credit card fraud.