A Florida man showing off wads of cash on Facebook Live could face jail time after police interrupted the stream and arrested him for drug charges. Officers arrested Breon Hollings on Thursday after they discovered a handgun, ammunition, crack cocaine, Oxycodone pills and drug paraphernalia in a search of his home. The live stream kicks off with Hollings all smiles, but it quickly takes a turn. The 22 years old Jacksonville resident spends the first minute of the clip fanning out his bills and brushing them toward his camera.
“This expletive don’t stop man,” he said, laughing at times, in the seconds before he hears officers on a loudspeaker outside of his home off Amazon Avenue. As he dashes from the room, deputies can be heard telling “This is the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. We have a search warrant.” The room is left empty for a moment, but a series of loud noises can be heard going off in the background. Neighbors said officers threw smoke grenades into the house. Police can be seen walking in to and out of the room previously occupied by Hollings before one appears to realize the camera is on and shuts it off. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office told the live stream did not lead to the arrest and that the raid was previously planned. Hollings has a long criminal history including previous drug charges. He faces charges including possession of controlled substance, possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia for the manufacture or delivery of drugs and possession of a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon.