Troopers make narcotics arrests in Sulphur - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Troopers make narcotics arrests in Sulphur

Alisha Johnson (Source: Louisiana State Police) Alisha Johnson (Source: Louisiana State Police)
Chelsey Gatte (Source: Louisiana State Police) Chelsey Gatte (Source: Louisiana State Police)
Jessica Robinson (Source: Louisiana State Police) Jessica Robinson (Source: Louisiana State Police)
CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Louisiana State Police are reporting three drug arrests in Sulphur, according to a news release.

According to troopers, on Monday, agents with the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations and the Sulphur Police Department located and arrested 40-year-old Alisha Johnson, of Sulphur. She is accused of narcotics distribution.  

A search of Johnson's residence reportedly revealed that she was in possession of numerous drugs.  

Johnson was charged with possession with intent to distribute schedule I, II, and III narcotics. The drugs, according to troopers, included marijuana, methamphetamine, LSD, morphine, Dlluid and Narco.

Johnson was also charged with possession schedule III narcotics (Loricet and Xanax) as well as possession of drug paraphernalia. Johnson was booked into the Calcasieu Parish Correctional Center. Her bond was set at $66,500.

Johnson's arrest was the result of a joint investigation between Louisiana State Police and the Sulphur Police Department.

On Tuesday, agents with the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations arrested 22-year-old Chelsey Gatte, of Sulphur. She was booked on distribution of methamphetamine. Troopers said the arrest was the result of an investigation into narcotics distribution in the Sulphur area.

At the time of Gatte's arrest, agents encountered 32-year-old Jessica Robinson, of Sulphur. According to troopers, Robinson was in possession of methamphetamine and was arrested for possession of schedule II narcotics.

Troopers said both subjects were booked into the Calcasieu Parish Correctional Center. Bond for Gatte was set at $75,000. Bond for Robinson was set at $5,000.

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