ZEPHYRHILLS – Detectives found the stash in a bedroom. A plastic case was packed with hypodermic needles, "multiple units of narcotics" and blood, cotton swabs and a spoon coated with methamphetamine, according to a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report. The case lay among clothes and baby toys strewn on the floor, within arms' reach of a bed where two toddlers napped.
An anonymous tip that Casey Eugene Cole and Jennifer Erin Trebour were manufacturing and using methamphetamine brought Pasco sheriff's deputies to the house at 5133 Allen Road, where the two live. Deputies found a glass pipe in another room that also contained meth, according the report.
Both admitted to using it, the report states.
Cole and Trebour, both 30, were arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia. They remained in Land O'Lakes jail Thursday in lieu of $5,150 bail each.