- Name: GOERGER, STEVEN
- Charge: MARIJUANA-POSS WIT SELL MFG DEL SCHEDULE 1, POSSESS MARIJUANA OVER 20 GRAMS, SYNTH NARC-POSS CONTR SUBST, DRUGS OTHER-POSS CONTR SUBST, NARC EQUIP PARAPH-POSSESS AND OR USE
- Residence: NAPLES
- Age: 19
- Occupation: COOK
- Case #: N/A
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Deputies say they found 80 grams of marijuana and other drugs plus numerous text messages about selling drugs on a North Naples teen after a traffic stop.
Steven Goerger, 19, of the 600 block of 104th Avenue North, was arrested Thursday by Collier deputies
According to report, deputies conducted a traffic stop on Goerger’s 1997 Chevy, when he failed to stop at a stop bar in the area of Davis Boulevard and Pine Street.
Deputies said when they asked Goerger for his license and registration he told them he did not have his license.
While deputies were filling out a written warning for Goerger, their K-9 unit alerted them of something inside Goerger’s vehicle, according to reports.
Inside the vehicle, deputies said they found a clear zip lock bag containing 79.9 grams of marijuana, along with one Xanax pill and one Suboxone pill.
According to reports, deputies located Goerger’s cellphone and found 10 text messages, stating that he had two types of “fire,” a slang term for marijuana. He also had someone ask him if he had “berries,” a street name for oxycodone, deputies said.
Many of the text messages included Goerger and other’s setting up prices and places to meet for him to sell them drugs, according to reports.
Goerger faces felony charges of possession of marijuana more than 20 grams, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.