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Arrest in St. Mary Parish

The following is a Press Release from the St. Mary Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force:

The St. Mary Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force, consisting of St. Mary Sheriff Dept., Morgan City Police Dept., Franklin Police Dept., Baldwin Police Dept.., Berwick Police Dept., and Chitimacha Police Dept.. report the following arrests:

Rodney Hayes, 27, of Federal Ave., Morgan City was arrested on 10-10-2011 at 1:40 p.m. on a warrant for Distribution of Cocaine.  Suspect was located in the parish jail on other charges.  Suspect was placed under arrest and is being held in the parish jail with no bond at this time.

Jessie L. Williams, 45, of Terrebonne St., Morgan City was arrested on 10-10-2011 at 1:45 p.m. on a warrant for Distribution of Cocaine.  Suspect was located in the parish jail on other charges.  Suspect was placed under arrest and is being held in the parish jail with no bond at this time.

Delvin Dugar, 33, of Mill Road, Patterson was arrested on 10-10-2011 at 3:57 p.m. for Possession of Marijuana.  Agents of the Narcotics Task Force were patrolling Hwy 182 in Bayou Vista when they observed suspect vehicle cross the fog line and conducted a traffic stop.  During investigation consent to search was obtained with Agent located a small bag of marijuana on suspect's person.  Suspect was placed under arrest and issued a summons to appear in court on 1-17-2012.

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