Tallahassee woman charged after selling drugs to undercover deputies

Posted at 12:30 PM, Mar 06, 2018
and last updated 2018-03-06 10:16:54-05

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - A 46-year-old woman who was arrested over the weekend for selling crack and prescription pills from her Tallahassee home is out on bond. 

The Leon County Sheriff's Office took Kisten Glenn, 46, into custody on Sunday. 

According to a probable cause document, LCSO's Narcotics Unit was told by an unnamed informant in January that they could purchase drugs from Glenn.

Documents state that deputies were able to make multiple controlled purchases from Glenn's home in the 200 block of Oakview Drive and were able to get a warrant to search the home on Feb. 15.

When they searched the home, Glenn wasn't there but deputies were able to find several prescription pill bottles and loose pills. They say the pills were comprised of various drugs, all of which were scheduled controlled substances.

Deputies also found several rounds of shotgun and pistol ammunition in a dresser drawer. They write Glenn was prohibited from possessing these items as she is a convicted felon.

According to LCSO, attempts to get in contact with Glenn were unsuccessful, so a warrant was issued for her arrest on Feb. 21. 

On March 4, Glenn turned herself in and was charged with one count of sale of cocaine, one count of possession of ammo by a convicted felon, four counts of possession of a controlled substance without prescription, and one count of possession of narcotic equipment. 

She got out on a $38,000 bond the same day. Glenn has been assigned a state attorney, though it's unclear when she is due in court.