One teenager in Louisiana found out that going viral on social media isn't always a great thing.

A 17-year-old  was recently arrested by the Franklinton Police Department after he allegedly bragged on Instagram about having a lot of drugs on him.

Not only did he mention and show the drugs he had in his possession on social media, but he even told people to, "Get at me."

Well, someone got to him and it was the same police officer that he had previously pulled a gun on.

Sgt. Trey Johnson secured a search warrant and that his when police showed up at the teen's home, where he bragged about having the drugs on him.

WWL-TV reports that the teen was charged with the following:

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Fentanyl
  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule IV Drugs
  • Possession of Marijuana
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and probation violation

In addition to the drugs seized in the arrest, a large amount of cash was also confiscated by police. Oh and if you're wondering, yes the teen even bragged on social media about the large amount of cash he had in his possession too.


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