A Florida sheriff’s deputy arrested her daughter for synthetic marijuana trafficking.

Sheriff in Florida says ‘no one is exempt’ after arresting her daughter on meth trafficking charges.

In Florida, a sheriff’s deputy arrested his daughter on drug charges as his department continues its campaign against addictive narcotics.

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Kristen Kent, the daughter of Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith, was detained on suspicion of meth trafficking two days earlier, according to a statement released on April 19 by the sheriff’s office.

In a statement posted on the office’s Facebook page, Smith stated, “Methamphetamine does not discriminate [and] neither do we.” “It doesn’t matter who you are – no one is immune or free from being affected by this.”