Tuesday, April 26, 2011

UPDATE Investigation of Brandi Meshad's Death Led Sarasota Detectives To Arrest Of Drug Dealer Aaron Stonebraker

SARASOTA HERALAD TRIBUNE April 26th, 2011.  Brandi Meshad's mother talks about drugs' terrible cost.  SARASOTA COUNTY - Brandi Meshad had a little trouble sleeping, and when a friend gave her oxycodone pills to help, the nightmare began. 

Brandi was found dead in her grandparents' Sarasota home March 8. While the Sarasota County medical examiner has not yet confirmed the cause of her death, the Meshad family believes Brandi accidentally overdosed from snorting oxycodone that day. Now, six weeks after Brandi's death, her mother is reaching out to share a warning about prescription drug addiction, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE....

Death investigation of Brandi Meshad led Sarasota detectives to drug suspect and arrest of Aaron Stonebraker whose criminal history includes aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

SARASOTA HERLAD TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. A Sarasota man arrested Friday on drug charges was investigated after detectives learned his name through interviews about the reported drug overdose death of teenager Brandi Meshad.

Aaron Stonebraker, 30, faces 15 felony charges that include selling oxycodone within 1,000 feet of a church and a convenience store, and fraud for witholding information from a doctor to get a prescribed controlled substance.
According to a Sarasota Sheriff’s report: Stonebraker sold oxycodone pills to an undercover detective in a Burger King parking lot on March 14 and outside his home in the 2200 block of Worrington Street on March 17.

Aaron Stonebraker has not been linked to the the March 8 death of Brandi Meshad, 18, as of this date, investigatiion continues.

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