Florida man mistakenly texts narcotics captain to sell drugs, gets arrested

A Florida man looking to buy and sell drugs mistakenly texted the wrong number.. who turned out to be a narcotics captain with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, according to officials.

29-year-old William Lamberson was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell after meeting up with his so-called ‘hook up’ to sell drugs.

Martin County Sheriff’s officials say Lamberson was looking for a ‘hook up’ for drugs and began texting some friends.


COP: Who is this?

SUSPECT: ‘Its Will, remember we met at 7-11’ ‘LOL”

COP: What’s up

SUSPECT: Not much dude wanna smoke so bad u have any green

COP: I don’t know you. Send me a pic.

SUSPECT: hey bro what good wit ya

COP: How much to lookin for

SUSPECT: Was just saying whassup lol

Unbeknownst to Lamberson, he was mistakenly trying to score with the Captain of the narcotics unit.

Lamberson continued texting his ‘hook up’, officials say, and a “controlled cocaine transaction” was underway.

COP: Lol. Whassup. Chillin here. You got any hooks for sum blow

SUSPECT: I actually do man. Lol

COP: Can you get me an 8

SUSPECT: too =) and it’s a solid connect too u looking for a ball

COP: Yah man. Hook a brotha up

SUSPECT: OK I gotchu bro. They’re all bagged up in .6 bags that cool

SUSPECT: I just gotta swing thru my boys house. Its not stomped on either

On September 1st, the suspect thought he was meeting his ‘hook up’, so he could sell some cocaine. Instead, he was greeted by Martin County Sheriff’s narcotics detectives.

William Lamberson was arrested, and charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell.

Source: WACH News