Sean Michael Edwards, 36, was arrested Sept. 21 for trafficking methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a vehicle with the purpose of keeping or selling a controlled substance and an additional misdemeanor of driving a motorcycle without a license.
Edwards, now in Polk County Jail in lieu of a bond of $111,750, was arrested allegedly with $3,132 in cash and a plastic bag of more than 2 ounces of a white crystalline substance that was determined to be methamphetamine.
On Sept. 18 the good Samaritan turned in the wallet containing $565 and the ID of Edwards, who had a felony warrant for his arrest for trafficking in methamphetamine.
Cops found a number for the suspect and notified Edwards about the lost wallet.
Edwards agreed to meet at a Winter Haven 7-Eleven gas station, and told cops he would be arriving by white motorcycle.
Officers in a helicopter tracked Edwards above, and cops arrested him in the parking lot.
“We may have forgot to mention we were deputies though. Silly us,” said PCSO in a Facebook post on Sunday regarding the arrest.