Trevor Martin Facing Drug, Weapons Charges Following Raid At Home Near Town Center Mall. Allegedly Trafficked Weapon Used In Crime By Felon.
ALLEGATION: GUN TRAFFICKING, FENTANYL DISTRIBUTION.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Boca Raton resident Trevor Martin — the subject of an ATF raid at his home on Forest Hills Lane last week — is now facing multiple federal charges. BocaNewsNow.com just obtained the federal complaint — officially filed in the federal court system roughly a week after the raid last Friday. We are publishing the complete complaint, below. It is largely unredacted and shows the great effort made by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms which worked with other agencies and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
Martin, according to the complaint, provided a gun to a known felon who used the gun in a crime. Federal Agents, activated to trace the weapon after its criminal use, noted the “time to crime” was zero days — meaning the suspect, according to police, used the weapon the same day it was obtained.
The federal criminal complaint reveals that federal agents traced the gun to Trevor Martin. Agents initiated controlled weapons “buys” from Martin and allege that he sold weapons without asking if the buyer was a felon. In one communication, Martin and a buyer controlled by ATF, engaged in the following text exchange: “Yeah, I want something like that’s concealed because I’m not supposed to — you know what I mean?”
Martin is also accused of providing Fentanyl. In another exchange he alleged wrote: “Alright, this only comes up every once in a while. I got blue fenny straight from Mexico.”
Martin is charged with unlawful sale of one or more firearms to a known felon, conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute a controlled substance, and possession of firearms in furtherance of a federal drug trafficking crime.
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