Jacksonville, Florida – Breon Hollings started a Facebook Live stream to show off all of his drug money. What he didn’t expect was that the police were already outside with a search warrant, and they were coming in (viral video below.)
Several people sent news stations this Facebook Live video that appears to show officers raiding his home.
22-year-old Breon Hollings can be seen counting money in a Facebook Live video and repeatedly exclaiming, “This [expletive] don’t stop, man,” for about a minute before he hears deputies on a loudspeaker outside his home.
As Hollings runs out of the room, deputies can be heard in the background shouting, “This is Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. We have a search warrant.” This is followed by a series of loud noises, which neighbors told Fox 30 were smoke grenades thrown into the house.
Hollings was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of cocaine and possession of paraphernalia for the manufacture or delivery of drugs.
Hollings has a long criminal history in Duval County, including previous drug charges, court and Jackson Sheriff’s Office records show.
Hollings has been arrested several times before on drug charges, weapons charges, trespassing, criminal-mischief and child abuse.
Hollings is an aspiring rap artist and often posts photos to social media of himself and his friends, holding wads of cash or guns.