WANTED WEDNESDAYS: Levy County man accused of selling meth to young adults
The Levy County Sheriffs Office is looking for a man who they believe is selling methamphetamine to young people—and feeding his drug habit as well, now authorities are asking for your help to find him.
Adam O’Donnell has two warrants for his arrest, for delivering and selling meth back in 2017.
“This is somebody that we need out of our communities,” says Lt. Scott Tummond, from the Levy County Sheriff’s Office.
Officials say once they identified O’Donnell was selling drugs in the area-- he ran away.
“Just for the fact that he is not in Levy County does not mean he is not continuing to sell drugs to our youth,” says Lt. Tummond.
“Authorities say his own drug habit, will create more crime in the community,” says Lt. Tummond.
“It’s a vicious circle, people get hooked on these drugs, next thing you know they are breaking into your house they are stealing from their families and your families to support their habits,” says Lt. Tummond.
Here is his description:
Name: Adam O’Donnell
Weight: 180 lbs
If you have any information you’re urged to call Crime Stoppers at 352-372-STOP