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In a narrative by Deputy Matthew Park,coach outlet, Beatty was placed in the backseat of Park s vehicle after he was stopped at a convenience store at U.S. 441 and CR 329. Later,, another deputy searched the back seat of Park s car and found a green leafy substance within a small plastic baggie directly underneath my seat where the defendant had been seated. Park said his backseat is thoroughly searched any time a suspect is later removed or otherwise exits.

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