St. Mary Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force arrests - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

St. Mary Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force arrests

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



 The St. Mary Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force

Funded by the Louisiana Law Enforcement Commission

Through the Evangeline Law Enforcement Commission District

 

 Press Release

 

Date: November 4, 2011

 

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:

 

Brett Sanders 20 yoa of 428 Lagonda St., Bayou Vista was arrested on 11-3-2011 at 5:02 pm for Turn Signal Required, Possession of Synthetic Cannabinoids, Possession of Loritabs and Misuse of Toxic Vapors.  Agents of the Narcotics Task Force were patrolling the Bayou Vista area, when they conducted a traffic stop on Southeast Blvd…  During investigation consent to search was obtained with Agents locating synthetic cannabinoid and loritab pills.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail with no bond at this time.

 

Jimmy McGraw 31 yoa of 1026 Red Cypress Road, Patterson was arrested on 11-3-2011 at 6:51 pm for Possession of Endocet, Illegal Possession of Stolen Things and warrants for Failure to Appear for Criminal Neglect of Family and Probation Violation.  Agents of the Narcotics Task Force along with Morgan City Police Department executed a search warrant at above location.  During investigation Agents and Detectives located Endocet pills and stolen firearms from the residence.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail on above charges with no bond at this time.

 

 

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