CLEARWATER, Fla. — Clearwater Police Officers busted an illegal drug house and arrested three people on Tuesday.
- Three arrested in bust of illegal drug house
- David Bernstrom, Mackenzie Langefels, Tyler Barton face charges
- Over 27 lbs of high-grade pot, other substances found at house
- Case of edibles available for purchase at home
Officials say the three suspects, David Bernstrom, Mackenzie Langefels, and Tyler Barton, face a variety of drug-related charges.
Detectives found more than 27 pounds of high-grade marijuana and more than 63 pounds of wax, oils, and edibles, along with several items of drug paraphernalia at the home located at 1177 N. E. Cleveland Street. They also discovered three guns at the home.
Detectives said marijuana was available for sale from a display case with a variety of different blends including Girl Scout Cookies, Green Crack, Train Wreck, Orange Cookies, and Cream Soda.
Bernstrom, 24, of Clearwater, was charged with four counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, four counts of sale or delivery of a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance.
Langefels, 24, of Clearwater, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, sale or delivery of a controlled substance, operating a drug house, and possession of marijuana.
Barton, 23, was charged with being a principal to the sale of a controlled substance.