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A Florida woman who had previously been arrested for burning down a 3,500 year-old tree while smoking meth and was arrested last week on charges of trafficking in meth, authorities said.
Sarah Barnes, 33, was on Friday arrested at her Altamonte Springs home, deputies found 38 grams of meth, WKMG reported, citing the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.
Sarah Barnes faces charge of trafficking in amphetamine.
(Seminole County Sheriff’s Office)
Barnes was arrested in 2012 for burning down “the Senator,” a 118-meter-high bald cypress in Longwood, Florida. it was the fifth oldest tree in the world.
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The agents quoted from WFTV, said Barnes showed the people images of the fire, and said, “I can’t believe I burned down a tree older then Jesus.”
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In her most recent case, Barnes faces a felony charges of trafficking in amphetamine. She was booked at the John E. Polk Correctional facility on a $25,000 bond. Her next appearance is scheduled for nov. 12.