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A five-year investigation revealed allegations that a deputy and her husband made cash by supplying cocaine for a “multi-kilogram level narcotics dealer."

An Orange County Sheriff’s Office lieutenant was fired last week after a roughly five-year investigation determined she and her husband supplied cocaine for a “multi-kilogram level narcotics dealer" and participated in a tax fraud scheme, among other misconduct.

Investigators also found that Lt. Tonjali Frost-Daniley tipped off a person of interest in a homicide case that he was under investigation. The Sheriff’s Office announced Frost-Daniley’s firing and released its Internal Affairs investigation Tuesday, six days after she was let go.

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The report said she and her husband, Ellis Daniley, were investigated by the FBI and the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation in Orlando beginning in 2015 for their possible involvement in supplying narcotics to dealers in the south Orange Blossom Trail area.

"The allegations investigated by a host of federal agencies are very serious and extremely troubling. As law enforcement officers, we are held to high ethical and professional standards, whether on or off duty,” Sheriff John Mina said in a statement.

A call to a phone number listed for Ellis Daniley went unanswered Tuesday.

No criminal charges were brought against Frost-Daniley by the agencies, though details of her connections to narcotics dealers in Central Florida from FBI confidential informants led to the internal investigation that resulted in her firing, according to the newly released documents.

Investigators found Frost-Daniley, who was hired in 1996, violated OCSO policies on following laws, truthfulness, dissemination of information, moral character, use of authority, unbecoming conduct and associating with people under criminal investigation, records show.

Information about her possible criminal activity first came to light in October 2014, when a homicide victim’s body was found in a shed. A tip led investigators to a home on the 4800 block of Ute Street, where a person believed to be involved in the killing lived.

When investigators arrived with a warrant to search the house in January 2015, they found Frost-Daniley on the front porch with her agency-issued laptop.

She told investigators she was at the house selling an insurance policy to the homeowner, Tiffany Glenn, whom she had never met before. However, investigators found messages on the deputy’s phone indicating that she had a relationship with the woman, the IA report said.

Through multiple confidential informants, investigators said that they discovered the home served as a distribution site for narcotics, and Frost-Daniley and her husband, who worked as a bail bondsman, were believed to be the primary suppliers, according to the investigation.

Frost-Daniley and Glenn, who lived there with her husband, Bernard Bush, were good friends, according to witnesses. Informants told investigators Frost-Daniley was at the house many times before the murder investigation, including once when an occupant was making crack cocaine on the stove top.

One confidential information told investigators “whenever the black car was at the house, people were not allowed to go inside because they were receiving a new shipment of cocaine."

Deputies later determined that the car belonged to Frost-Daniley.

Investigators said Frost Daniley’s husband had posted bond in the past for Bush and another man, Ashley White, who sold narcotics out of the Ute Street house. In an interview with investigators, White said Frost-Daniley was “like a mother” to Glenn.

When Glenn’s brother, Shawn Glenn, was a person of interest in the murder, investigators said Frost-Daniley tipped him off that he was a possible suspect.

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Investigators said Frost-Daniley also used agency databases to search her and husband’s names numerous times between 2016 and 2018, possibly for counterintelligence, investigators said. She also tipped off a narcotics dealer in the area about “law enforcement investigations, special operations and undercover surveillance vehicles,” an informant told deputies during a 2016 interview.

One informant told deputies Frost-Daniley sold multiple kilograms of cocaine to a narcotics dealer behind shopping centers near the Florida Mall.

During the course of the internal review, investigators discovered Frost-Daniley and her husband were involved in a 2012 tax fraud scheme during which they obtained $200,000, according to the probe. The details were disclosed in testimony from another person involved in the scheme, though the alleged incident was never investigated by the IRS because “the $2000,000 fraud did not meet the IRS threshold for investigation,” according to the IA report.

In his statement Wednesday, Mina said Frost-Daniley " violate[d] some of the most important tenets of law enforcement, and that will not be tolerated." The Sheriff’s Office did not make him available for interviews, citing the potential for Frost-Daniley to appeal her firing.

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