Convicted felon in Florida was arrested for the 25th time in Putnam County on Friday, police reports

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A convicted felon was arrested for the 25th time in Putnam County on Friday, according to officials.

Casey Judd Howe, a 49-year-old resident of East Palatka, was charged on Friday evening with first-degree felony methamphetamine trafficking and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

Convicted felon in Florida was arrested for the 25th time in Putnam County on Friday, police reports

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office said that their deputies had tracked the convicted felon down to an isolated property in Flagler County.

“With the assistance of Flagler County Deputies and after an extensive search of the property, Howe was arrested on his warrants for first-degree felony trafficking in methamphetamines and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon,” the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office stated in a Facebook post.

“As a little added bonus, the owner of the property had an unrelated warrant for his arrest,” police said.

According to online records, the convicted felon was arrested for the first time in Putnam County in 1992. The majority of his arrests were for drugs or driving.

The convicted felon’s most recent arrest in Putnam County came in 2015 when he was arrested for methamphetamine possession. The previous year, the convicted felon was charged with distributing synthetic narcotics.

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office is looking into the event the convicted felon has commited.

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