Florida deputy arrested for planting meth, other drugs in nearly 120 cases

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Florida, Jackson County Deputy Zach Wester was arrested Wednesday on racketeering and numerous other charges for allegedly planting meth and other street drugs on innocent unsuspecting motorists before arresting them.

Former Jackson County Deputy Zach Wester has been arrested on numerous charges in connection with an investigation into allegations he planted street drugs like meth on unsuspecting motorists. Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office

Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, who have been investigating Wester for more than nine months, arrested him in Crawfordville and took him to the Wakulla County Jail, where he is being held without bail. Wester, expected to make his first court appearance on Thursday, invoked his right to remain silent and declined to speak with investigators.