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FOUR SARASOTA COUNTY RESIDENTS WERE ARRESTED AFTER DEALING CRACK COCAINE WITH AN UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE IN PORT CHARLOTTE.  THE TRANSACTION OCCURRED JUST BEFORE 6PM IN THE PARKING LOT OF THE PROMINADES MALL ON TAMIAMI TRAIL, WHICH HAPPENS TO BE THE HOME OF THE SHERIFF’S DISTRICT FOUR OFFICE.  15 YEAR OLD NIKO CURRINGTON OF VENICE PROVIDED THE UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE ABOUT A GRAM OF CRACK IN A PLASTIC BAGGIE IN EXCHANGE FOR TWO HUNDRED BUCKS.  NARCOTICS AND STREET CRIMES UNITS THEN MOVED IN AND DETAINED CURRINGTON AND THE THREE OTHERS THAT WERE IN A CHEVY SUV THAT WAS DRIVEN BY 36 YEAR OLD JEREMY WILEY OF SARASOTA.  A SEARCH OF THE VEHICLE TURNED UP A CLEAR BAGGIE WITH MORE CRACK, A GLASS VILE WITH COCAINE RESIDUE, AND MARIJUANA.  CURRINGTON, WILEY, 44 YEAR OLD RUTH METZ AND 18 YEAR OLD KATRELLE JOHNSON OF NORTH PORT WERE ALL CHARGED WITH SALE AND DELIVERY OF COCAINE, POSSESSION OF COCAINE AND POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.  METZ WAS ADDITIONALLY CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA.  WILEY IS THE ONLY ONE TO HAVE BONDED OUT SO FAR, AND CURRINGTON WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER IN FORT MYERS.