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Deputies: Pasco mother called to report son's drug stash

Camron Buck

Camron Buck

DADE CITY — A mother called deputies on her son after finding drugs he stashed in her house, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

"Look what you have done," Camron Buck, 25, told his mother at her home on Bruce Road Tuesday afternoon as authorities questioned him, a report states. "I'm going to get killed over this."

Inside the mother's home, authorities found $15,000 worth of methamphetamines and $4,500 of cocaine stashed in a bedroom dresser drawer. Buck doesn't live at his mother's house — he just stays there every now and then, authorities said. The report also states that when Buck showed up at the house, he had $2,400 in cash on him and 2 pounds of marijuana — worth $3,000 — in his pickup.

Buck, a construction worker who lives at 38035 Gould Road in Dade City, is charged with trafficking cocaine and methamphetamines and possession of marijuana with intent to sell. He was held Wednesday without bail at the county jail.

Deputies: Pasco mother called to report son's drug stash 03/17/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 10:23pm]
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