[KEY LARGO] – A Florida Man explained to police that the scooter he purchased came packed with meth, cocaine and other drugs.
A deputy spotted 21-year old Jesus Giovanni Ginjauma driving a Yamaha scooter in Key Largo Community Park that appeared to have no license plate. According to the police report, there was a tag on the vehicle, however, it was spray painted over and nearly impossible to read.
When confronted and asked for his license, Ginjjauma said he didn’t have one, but he did have paperwork from the Monroe County Clerk of the court stating he had paid the appropriate fines in order to get his license back and was simply waiting to do so. Ginjauma’s license had already been suspended four times this year.
When asked if he had any illegal items in his possession, Jesus said he did. He had six bags of cocaine in his pocket, as well as a bag of meth. According to him, the drugs were in the storage compartment of the scooter when he purchased it.
“Jesus told me that he had bought the scooter from [the man] the day before and that he had found the drugs in the scooter and didn’t know what to do with them. Jesus told me that [the previous owner] had left town the day before,” The police report states.
Inside the scooter’s storage compartment was a 16-ounce bottle of promethazine hydrochloride – a prescription sedative, a digital scale, clear baggies and a pipe with marijuana residue inside of it.
Ginjauma was arrested on multiple charges including intent to sell cocaine, possession of a controlled substance and driving while his license was suspended. [Original Article]