During an August 23 traffic stop, a Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Deputy deployed his K-9 around the vehicle and eventually made an arrest for a wanted fugitive for heroin.
The officer received a positive alert to a narcotic odor emitting from the vehicle. During a search of the vehicle a small baggie containing a white substance field tested positive for Methamphetamine. A syringe was also found with residue in it which field tested positive for Methamphetamine
A cigarette pack was located on the passenger seat. Inside the cigarette pack was a one dollar bill which was folded. Inside the one dollar bill was a small dark rock like substance, which field tested positive for Heroin.
Jonathan Skowron, 36 of Gulf Breeze, was placed under arrest for one count of possession of controlled substance without a prescription (Methamphetamine), one count of possession of controlled substance without a prescription (Heroin) and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Additionally, cops discovered Skowron had three active warrants, including one related to a June 27 break in at a home located in the 2400 block of Reservation Road in Gulf Breeze for which Skowron was wanted for a second-degree felony charge of unarmed burglary of an occupied dwelling and a second-degree misdemeanor charge of larceny.
He is currently being held without bond in Santa Rosa County Jail on a felony probation violation charge.