The Polk County Sheriff is going viral after he donned gold chains owned by drug dealers who are now in the county jail.
Sheriff Grady Judd held a press conference this week to announce the arrests of 32 people connected to a drug trafficking operation.
Authorities seized narcotics with a street value of $283,000, $88,000 in cash, and $89,000 worth of jewelry in the sting operation that spanned 16 months.
Judd said law enforcement arrested 29 drug traffickers and issued arrest warrants for three others who are still at large.
"You can go ahead and turn yourself in or you can go to jail tired from running, but you're gonna go to jail," Sheriff Judd said, referring to the three fugitives.
Judd picked up several gold chains and wore them around is neck while taunting the jailed drug dealers.
"That's right, they thought they were cool. How cool are you today?" He said, while holding mugshots of two of the dealers.
"Can y'all make up a rap song about this? Well, I'll help you out. You see, we got your gold. We put your tail in the county jail. Think about that, brothas."