Boca Man Charged With Selling Opium

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Here’s one we don’t see every day. Boca Raton resident Austin Borozny of NE 17th Street is in the Palm Beach County Jail Thursday night on $30,000 bond. Boca Raton Police charged him with two counts of selling OPIUM within 1000 feet of a school or healthcare facility. We will obtain the arrest report on Friday.

Borozny’s photo is not yet available from the Palm Beach County Jail but he has an active social media presence should readers wish to search.

Borozny, 19, was arrested just over a year ago on another drug charge but the charge was not prosecuted by the State Attorney’s Office.

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