2 Port Charlotte men face drug trafficking charges after home search
Two Port Charlotte men have been arrested after deputies’ search of a home yielded a large quantity of drugs Tuesday.
The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office’s narcotics unit was joined by SWAT and the marine patrol in a search of a home on Ramsdel Street in Port Charlotte. Once the home was found to be safe, law enforcement found two men inside, Daymond Nolte, 41, and Daniel Rogers, 49.
During the search, deputies found a total of 38.6 grams of Fentanyl and 15.3 grams of methamphetamine throughout the home, as well as empty plastic baggies, used syringes and several illegal controlled substances including Clonazepam, Methadone, Amphetamine and Alprazolam.
Nolte and Rogers were placed under arrest. Nolte faces a trafficking charge and seven charges of possession. Rogers faces a trafficking charge and three charges of possession. Both men are currently in the Charlotte County Jail on no bond.