Jake Lee Cleveland of Fernandina Beach charged for trafficking marijuana and possibly controlled substance with intent to sell.

Nassau County Sheriff’s Office
Bill Leeper, Sheriff
Press Release
April 21, 2022

Fernandina Beach, Fla. – On Tuesday, April 19,  the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office arrested 34-year-old Jake Lee Cleveland after our agency’s narcotics detectives conducted a search warrant at his home. Cleveland already had two active arrest warrants in Nassau County for selling marijuana and two counts of sales of a controlled substance.

During the search detectives located large quantities of a “green leafy substance” in several areas on the property. While in the kitchen detectives spotted several black bags and cardboard boxes containing dozens of THC candies. In total 169 packages of THC candies were seized. Several firearms were also located in a safe. He was booked into the Nassau County Jail. He is currently facing charges of trafficking marijuana, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, operation of a drug house, six counts of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia with residue.

Detectives spotted several black bags and cardboard boxes containing dozens of THC candies. In total 169 packages of THC candies were seized. Several firearms were also located in a safe.

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CHRISTOPHER HADDEN
CHRISTOPHER HADDEN
2 months ago

Well at least he was a responsible gun owner and not selling fentanyl and meth.

Deanna Ann Doehler
Deanna Ann Doehler
2 months ago

I keep seeing comments that say he was selling Fentanyl. Pot, who cares? But fentanyl is a whole nother story

Susan Steger
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2 months ago

The police report does not mention Fentanyl.

Ben Martin
Ben Martin
2 months ago

If Mr. Cleveland was engaging only with adults acting on their own free will – was there really a victim? Do certain interest groups benefit from the arrest and prosecution of Mr. Cleveland?

Ben Martin
Ben Martin
2 months ago
Reply to  Ben Martin

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missyjean
missyjean
20 days ago

God Bless ALL Law Enforcement officers! We must remove the criminals from society. Drug dealers have been destroying the children of USA for decades. Time to put and end to this madness.

Last edited 20 days ago by missyjean
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