5 arrested in connection with drug pop-up shop in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — Five people are facing charges in connection to an illegal drug “pop-up” shop, the Orlando Police Department said.


This was part of the Special Enforcement Division’s ongoing investigation into the Encima Orlando Event Center at Curry Ford and South Goldenrod roads.

Orlando police officers, Parramore Bikes, Patrol TAC and the SWAT team conducted the search warrant Feb. 18.

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Police said they found the event center had housed illegal narcotics with armed security guards to keep sales private.

Investigators said Kristianna Abbuhl, Kristian Hernandez, Jeremias Murphy-Perez, Julian Perez and Kristopher Santana are charged with drug trafficking, among other charges.

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During the search warrant, the team said they found the following items:

  • 11 handguns
  • $9,000
  • 335.18 pounds of cannabis
  • 132.15 pounds of THC products
  • 122.6 pounds of psilocybin

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