Burnt Store Village drug house burned by narcotics detectives – Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office

Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC




Narcotics Detectives locate a plethora of drugs and contraband inside Burnt Store Village home.

Detectives with the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit, along with assistance from SWAT and Aviation, conducted a search warrant at 16256 Mintra Court within the Burnt Store Village Community.

Once deputies secured the home and began the search, they located a variety of illegal drugs both within the main home and in the makeshift bedroom inside the detached garage.

Inside the main home, detectives located Tiffany G. Beasley (11/8/1986) and Samantha J. Fout (04/30/1985). Inside the bedroom where both Beasley and Fout slept and identified as their personal space, detectives discovered:

  • Fentanyl
  • Methamphetamine
  • Heroin
  • Oxycontin
  • Alprazolam
  • Buprenorphine
  • Morphine
  • MDMA
  • Liquid Methadone
  • Marijuana
  • Pipes

Within the detached garage where Shawn W. Spencer (01/07/1971) and his girlfriend reside, detectives located a smoking pipe along with a straw and measuring cup both covered in fentanyl residue.

Three arrests were made as a result of this search warrant. “There is no place for this type of disgusting and dangerous activity within our community. It’s foolish, it’s despicable, and it’s deadly,” says Sheriff Bill Prummell.


Samantha Jane Fout (04/30/1985):


  • Possession of a controlled substance without prescription (x9)
  • Manufacturing Drug Paraphernalia
  • Violation of Probation



Tiffany G. Beasley (11/8/1986):

  • Possession of a controlled substance without prescription (x10)
  • Manufacturing Drug Paraphernalia





Shawn Spencer 01/07/1971

  • Possession or use of Drug Paraphernalia

The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office aggressively pursues tips related to illegal drug sales and manufacturing. Tips can also be provided to CCSO by dialing 941-639-2101 or anonymously through our free mobile app or through Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-780-TIPS.