Port Charlotte, Florida - The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office says they arrested a 26-year-old mother for selling cocaine out of her home.
Narcotics detectives raided Casey Lee Dudley's home Monday. Detectives say on two occasions she sold them cocaine. During one of the deals, detectives say her one-year-old daughter was nearby. When they went to arrest her Monday, detectives say a three-year-old child was in the home.
Detectives say they found 2.0 grams of powder cocaine, numerous plastic baggies, a digital scale, and four plastic straws, all with cocaine residue.
They also found Roxicodone pills in her purse.
Dudley was arrested and charged with two counts of Sale and Delivery of Cocaine, Possession of Controlled Substance in Close Proximity to an Infant Toddler, two counts of Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Roxicodone and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
She was taken to the Charlotte County Jail and released after posting a $29,500 bond.
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Charlotte County Sheriff's Office