MCSO Special Investigations target sale and distribution of dangerous and addictive drugs

These booking photos are of the same person, taken five years apart. Ms. Highstone’s booking photo from a felony criminal mischief arrest in 2011 as compared to the recent booking, reveals the tragic personal toll these drugs have on users. (Source: MCSO)

The arrests are mounting, the bonds are high, and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office is far from finished targeting those who sell and distribute dangerous and addictive drugs in our community.

The latest arrest outlines the types of addictive drugs being sold on our streets.

MCSO Special Investigations Detectives with assistance from Stuart Police, arrested 23-year old Halie Noel Highstone of Port St. Lucie. Highstone sold 50-Opana (Oxymorphone) pills during a controlled buy.

The pricey transaction resulted in her arrest for Trafficking in Oxymorphone, Delivery of Alprazolam, Possession of Alprazolam, Possession of Oxycodone, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

At the time of the arrest, Highstone was in possession of 50 Oxymorphone pills with an approximate street value of $3,500.

She was also in possession of several thousand dollars believed to be proceeds from drug sales. She was taken to the Martin County Jail on a $255,750.00 bond.

Halie Highstone has close ties to John and Gregory Nail, a father-son duo who were both recently arrested for Trafficking Oxymorphone.



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