The Reel G charter fishing boat sits docked at a Tavernier marina in 2016. The vessel was owned by Adrian Demblans, the man convicted of driving Jeremy Macauley to and from the scene of where an Upper Keys couple was murdered in October 2015. The root of the murders was cocaine found offshore by Macauley while he worked as a mate on a charter fishing boat.
The Reel G charter fishing boat sits docked at a Tavernier marina in 2016. The vessel was owned by Adrian Demblans, the man convicted of driving Jeremy Macauley to and from the scene of where an Upper Keys couple was murdered in October 2015. The root of the murders was cocaine found offshore by Macauley while he worked as a mate on a charter fishing boat. David Goodhue
The Reel G charter fishing boat sits docked at a Tavernier marina in 2016. The vessel was owned by Adrian Demblans, the man convicted of driving Jeremy Macauley to and from the scene of where an Upper Keys couple was murdered in October 2015. The root of the murders was cocaine found offshore by Macauley while he worked as a mate on a charter fishing boat. David Goodhue

Double murderer’s cocaine case likely headed for trial

August 09, 2018 07:02 PM