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The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Sarasota man who allegedly sold undercover detectives cocaine from his home at 5724 Nutmeg Ave. and in the parking lot of the McDonald's just a few blocks away, the office has reported. On three occasions, Karrie Sanderson, 23, met with an undercover detective and sold a total of 1.7 grams of cocaine for $300, a news release says. The most recent purchase was at the suspect's home, it adds. Sanderson's girl- friend, Jordin Huff, 27, of the same Nutmeg Avenue address, allegedly packaged the cocaine for the transaction, the release notes. Detectives obtained arrest warrants for Sanderson and Huff and took them into custody at their home without incident on Tuesday, June 17, the release says. While executing a search warrant at the residence, detectives also discovered marijuana and a large amount of cash, it adds. Sanderson is charged with three counts of Sale of Cocaine, and Huff is charged with one count of Principal to Sale of Cocaine. Background image courtesy of TWO SARASOTANS ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY SELLING COCAINE CRIME BLOTTER Jordin Huff/Contributed photo Karrie Sanderson/Contributed photo

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