Indian River County Sheriff's Office: Traffic stop, search warrant leads to 5 arrests

The Indian River County Sheriff's Office Multi-Agency Criminal Enforcement (M.A.C.E) Unit conducted a traffic stop and search warrant that led to five arrests on Friday evening. 

IRCSO's M.A.C.E. Unit arrested and charged 34-year-old Tiffany Taylor-Moore on trafficking Hydrocodone, possession of Hydrocodone and possession of Alprazolam (Xanax) after conducting a traffic stop. 

The Indian River County Sheriff's Office seized 100 Hydrocodone pills, 115 Alprazolam pills and nearly $900 of "drug money", according to the police report.   

Taylor-Moore is currently being held at the Indian River County Jail without bond.

Shortly after, Indian River County Sheriff's Office Uniform Patrol Corporal Fletcher McClellan was attempting to serve an outstanding violation probation warrant in the 1900 block of 26th Street on 19-year-old Keith Fecke.

While inside the house, Officer McClellan noticed marijuana in plain view resulting in the M.A.C.E. Unit conducting a search warrant. 

Inside they found a loaded .45 caliber Highpoint handgun with no serial number, 49 grams of marijuana, 154 Carbamazepine pills and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia including rolling papers, digital scales and a vacuum heat sealer, according to police.  

IRCSO said they also seized $15,000 in drug money.

Keith Fecke was charged with the outstanding violation of probation warrant along with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, felony possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a firearm with an altered or removed serial number. 

Also at the residence, 21-year-old Scott Fecke was charged with felony possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia and 19-year-old Brone Lenning with tampering evidence, possession of less than twenty grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. 



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