Published: Jan 23, 2014 4:10 PM EST

LEE COUNTY, Fla.- Lee County Sheriff's deputies arrested John Davidson, 54, on Wednesday after they allegedly discovered he was operating a shop to sell a variety of drugs out of his home.

LCSO was conducting parcel inspections at a local packing and shipping facility when they came across a package with several indicators of a drug laden parcel addressed to "John Williamson" at Davidson's address on the 14000 block of Eden St. A canine alerted to it, which led to an issuance of a search warrant to open the box and place a tracker inside for controlled delivery, and a search of the residence it was being shipped to.

According to Davidson's arrest report, the box had 129 grams of cocaine inside.

An undercover officer acted as a delivery driver and gave the parcel to Davidson. Detectives then searched the residence and found the following:

-an additional 3 grams of cocaine
-17.3 grams of marijuana in baggies
- 254 grams of marijuana brownies
- 45 grams of psilocybin mushrooms
-5,173 Morphine, Oxycontin and Oxycodone pills
-965 diazepam (Valium) pills
-Zoloft, Robaxin, Penicilin, Paxil
-$9,000 in cash
-several boxes of plastic baggies containing cocaine residue

Davidson was arrested on the following charges:

-trafficking cocaine
-trafficking opiates
-possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell
-possession of marijuana over 20 grams
-possession of hallucinogens with intent to sell
-possession of new legend drug
-possession of paraphernalia
-keeping a shop to sell drugs