Holley Man Booked for Fentanyl/Amphetamine Trafficking

Posted on January 14, 2023 by Romi White

Cameron Gillilan, 31, of Holley, was booked January 13 into Santa Rosa County Jail after deputies initially busted him August 26 for Fentanyl and amphetamine trafficking.

Gillilan’s address when booked January 13 was listed as 3251 Bob Tolbert Road, the location of Rebecca’s Hollow Trailer Park, which is owned by Wendy Greene. Two people died of Fentanyl overdoses at that trailer park on Christmas Day, and sources close to that case say a third victim survived.

Santa Rosa Jail records reveal Gillilan’s address when booked August 26, 2022 was 7550 Big Oak Loop, where deputies made a second Fentanyl bust the day after Christmas, following a traffic stop in which more than 71 grams of Fentanyl was discovered, resulting in drug-related arrests of Jeremy Dolan, 42, and Jeremiah Hamilton, 44.

Jail records show Gillilan had been issued a $200,000 bond and released August 30. After he failed to appear in court, a related arrest warrant was issued.

Civil court records show Gillilan’s landlord at the Big Oak Loop address, Vincent Cappiali, evicted him from the property September 7, 2022.

Bail bondsmen on October 25, 2022 responded to 4909 Mobile Highway in Pensacola in order to pick up Gillilan on the outstanding warrant. Per that arrest report, a firearm was discovered inside his waistband, although Gillilan denied it was his gun. Subsequently, Gillilan was booked into Escambia County Jail, where an empty shoulder holster containing an empty magazine were located inside his jacket. Cops say he claimed that was “part of his jacket.”

Cameron Gillilan Escambia County Jail inmate mugshot for October 25, 2022 arrest

Gillilan was charged with a second-degree felony count of possession of a weapon by a convicted Florida felon and a third-degree felony count of carrying a concealed weapon and issued a $20,000 bond. He was listed as homeless at the time of his booking into Escambia County Jail.

He remained in Escambia County Jail until, per his alleged fiancée, he was transported back to Santa Rosa County Jail for a child custody hearing for their daughter.

UPDATE: Gillian has since been transported back to Escambia Jail per SRSO command staff.

Santa Rosa Jail records show Gillilan has been booked multiple times since 2012:


Booked December 18, 2012 for Battery

Booked March 4, 2014 for Probation violation

Booked August 10, 2014 for Criminal Mischief – Property Damage and Probation violation

Booked October 10, 2014 for Probation violation

Booked September 7, 2016 for Committing third-degree felony with weapon and Possession of a controlled substance wtihout a prescription

Booked September 10, 2016 for Knowingly Driving While License Suspended

Booked October 15, 2016 for Failure to Appear

Booked March 14, 2017 for Heroin possession, Possession of a controlled substance wtihout a prescription, Resisting an officer without violence and Drug equipment possesssion

Booked April 18, 2017 for Conditional Release Violation

Booked September 17, 2020 for Drug equipment possession*

Booked October 8, 2020 for Felony probation violation and Fraud*

*Santa Rosa Jail booking information shows he was living at the trailer park on Bob Tolbert Road in 2020.