After pulling a car over for speeding late Saturday afternoon, Florida cops searched the vehicle and discovered an array of narcotics–cocaine, Ecstasy, meth, fentanyl, and GHB–stashed inside a pouch labeled “Bag Full Of Drugs,” investigators report.
According to police, the 2020 Kia was being driven by Ian Simmons, a 34-year-old Orlando resident. The only passenger in the sedan was Joshua Reinhardt, 34, who lives in Windermere, a town outside Orlando. The auto was pulled over on Interstate 10 in the state’s northwestern corner.
The above police photos show the narcotics, drug paraphernalia, and “Bag Full Of Drugs” bags seized by state troopers and Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies.
Simmons and Reinhardt (seen below) were each arrested on multiple felony drug charges and booked into the county jail, where they are both locked up in lieu of $117,000 bond.
Reinhardt was sentenced to two years probation in September 2018 in connection with a grand theft conviction for stealing $1500 from a Kohl’s department store where he worked as an assistant manager. His rap sheet also includes a 2010 drunk driving conviction in Nevada.
The “Bag Full Of Drugs” bags, which measure 12.5” x 8.5”, are available online for $22.99. The pouches are “perfect for travel, carrying tech gear and tablets, art supplies and cosmetics,” according to one retailer, who adds that, “There’s nothing more fun than walking around town with your ironic bag full of drugs. Perfect for getting a laugh or a stare out of passers by and to take advantage and poke fun at profilers looking to judge you for you amazing swag.”
In a somewhat related story, a Louisiana woman was arrested in late-December on a felony drug charge after cops discovered her alleged methamphetamine stash in a plastic container labeled “Dope.”