Florida man replies 'drug dealer' when police ask his occupation Robert Phillips, 25, was arrested in Palm Beach County Tuesday after he was allegedly driving a stolen car. Authorities said they found heroin and crack cocaine on him. They noted he told police his occupation was 'drug dealer' in the police report. BY Joel Landau NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, February 8, 2015, 11:54 AM Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Robert Phillips, 25, said his occupation as drug dealer when he was arrested Tuesday, police said. It's now official. A seven-time convicted felon told a police officer his occupation was a drug dealer, which was dutifully recorded in the police report following his latest arrest. Robert Phillips, 25, certainly had the evidence to back up his claim, police allege in the report obtained by The Smoking Gun. He was arrested by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office Tuesday after cops found 22 grams of heroin and $2,316 in cash, police said. The money was placed in several “dealer folds," which authorities note in the report indicates drug sales. Officers arrested Phillips after he was driving a vehicle that cut off a police vehicle on Interstate 95. The officer looked up the registration and discovered it was stolen. He followed the vehicle — which drove to an arts and crafts store, stopping in between to conduct a drug deal — the officer wrote. When he tried to stop Phillips he ran through the store — knocking down a female patron and dropping a semi-automatic gun inside the business, police said. He was eventually apprehended and police also found more than 5 grams of crack cocaine, a drug scale, multiple hypodermic needles, empty prescription bottles and a container with a hidden compartment, police said. Phillips — who appears to have a tattoo of a cross on his forehead between his eyebrows, and has had previous convictions on gun, cocaine, and aggravated assault charges — was charged with drug and gun-possession charges, police said. The suspect, Phillips is locked up in the Palm Beach County jail in lieu of $242,000 bail.