Officers Raid Man's House While He Flashes Money on Facebook Live - NBC 6 South Florida

Officers Raid Man's House While He Flashes Money on Facebook Live

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    A Facebook Live video shows a man waving around cash moments before his home was raided by police.

    (Published Sunday, June 4, 2017)

    A Florida man joyfully flashing money live on the internet got a sudden surprise when police officers barged in and arrested him for allegedly selling drugs.

    A man identified by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office as 22-year-old Breon Hollings went on Facebook Live to show friends a handful of money, saying, ``It don't stop, man, it don't stop.''

    He then retrieves more money from another room and starts shuffling it when he hears Jacksonville officers warning over a loudspeaker they are about to raid the house. A stunned Hollings runs out of the room. Seconds later, officers barge in. Hollings was arrested off camera.

    Hollings faces numerous drug charges and was being held on $425,000 bail Saturday. It could not be determined if he has an attorney.

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