Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Deputies recovered more than 131 pills, meth and a baggie of marijuana Sept. 4 from a hotel room in Navarre.
Gulf Breeze resident Dylan Brady Nobrega, 20, was arrested in connection with the incident after deputies allegedly found some of the drugs in his rectum.
According to the arrest report, deputies responded to a complaint at the Days Inn and Suites about juveniles possibly consuming alcohol one of the rooms.
When a deputy knocked on the door of the hotel room, he reported observing a white female age 17 get up from the bed and go into the bathroom, closing the door. Nobrega then was seen grabbing an object from on top of the bed and following her into the restroom.
Deputies knocked on the door several more times, and Nobrega exited the bathroom to answer the door. Deputies reported the smell of marijuana and asked in Nobrega had hemp or marijuana to which he responded no.
Nobrega then consented to a search of his person and the room. A large bag of pills resembling Xanax was found on the bed. Inscriptions on the pills of G3722 indicated the pills likely contained the main ingredient in Xanax, a controlled substance.
In the bathroom, two female juveniles were found. A check of the toilet tank uncovered a bag of what appeared to be marijuana. Following a statement by Nobrega that was redacted from the report, one of the deputies escorted him to the bathroom.
A clear plastic bag containing meth, eight of the white pills and two orange pills labeled G6 were recovered from Nobrega’s rectum according to the report. G6 is a common identifier for the street drug Ecstasy according to Drugs.com.
Also, in Nobrega’s rectum was a soft black case containing five sativa vape cartridges. Some types of sativa cartridges contain cannabis oil and may contain the illegal hallucinatory substance tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.
Nobrega has been charged with two counts of third-degree felony drugs possession. He was previously arrested and found guilty of felony marijuana possession and drug equipment possession charges twice in 2018 according to court records.
He was released from Santa Rosa County Jail on bond Sept. 4.