SHOCKER: Man With Tattooed Face Busted In Boca For Drugs

Keith J. Diaferia, courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We don't like to stereotype here at BocaNewsNow.com, but if you're in your 50s and your face is tattooed beyond the point of recognition, it's not unreasonable to think that law enforcement may, from time to time, query as to whether you may be involved with something illegal.

Keeping with that theme: if you're in your 50s, your face is tattooed beyond the point of recognition, and you are hanging out at the BP station at Butts Road and Glades Road — a gas station we report on often for drug and sex busts — it's not unreasonable to think that law enforcement my query as to whether you are involved with something illegal.

Turns out Keith Diaferia, 52, of Boynton Beach, was queried by Boca Raton Police, at the BP station, who determined he was involved with something illegal: possession of narcotics. He allegedly destroyed evidence while police were querying what he was doing.

Diaferia has a significant online presence. His posts state that he “found God” and helps people who have drug addictions.

We are unclear if he was helping Jessica Supel, 32, of West Palm Beach at the time of his arrest.

She was charged with 12 counts of possessing heroin and crack, among other drugs.

Both were booked into the Palm Beach County Jail.

 

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