Published: Friday, September 29, 2017 @ 7:43 AM
By: Olivia Hitchcock, Palm Beach Post
Martin County sheriff’s authorities did, too.
The 26-year-old alleged drug dealer was arrested this week at his home on Southeast Norfolk Boulevard, just east of South Kanner Highway, on multiple drug-related charges.
While performing a court-approved search of the home, sheriff’s narcotics and SWAT officers found the cameras mounted throughout the property. Cabral said he was afraid of being robbed.
Authorities gathered weeks worth of footage from those cameras, or in the sheriff’s office’s words, “weeks worth of customers.”
“Cabral had excellent taste in video cameras, providing detectives with high-quality video evidence of his illegal activity, plus bonus footage,” the sheriff’s office wrote on its Facebook page. “Detectives will now go through the footage to see who will be featured in future booking photos.”
Cabral’s girlfriend, who was at the home when authorities raided it, was arrested on drug possession charges.
Julie Rembert, 20, and Cabral were transported to the Martin County Jail.