A Florida resident who was previously arrested for lighting a 3,500-year-old tree while smoking controlled substances were detained previous week on charges of trafficking controlled substances, officials stated in a statement.
Sara Barnes, 33-year-old, was detained Friday in her Altamonte Springs residence after police deputies found some gams of controlled substances, sources reported, stating the Seminole County Sheriff’s Department.
Sara Barnes was arrested in 2012 for lighting down “The Senator”, a 118-foot-tall bald cypress in Longwood, Florida and was the fifth-oldest tree in the earth.
Police officials told sources that Sara Barnes showed other people photographs of the fire citing, “I can’t believe I lighted down a tree slightly older than Jesus.”
In her freshest case, Sara Barnes is facing an offence charge of trafficking controlled substances. Sara Barnes was booked at the John E. Polk Correctional Facility set on a $25,000 bond.
Sara Barnes’ next courtroom appearance is programmed for November 12.