St. Landry Drug Warrant Round-Up Nets Several Arrests
St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz says his agency, along with surrounding law enforcement agencies, teamed up to conduct a warrant round-up throughout the parish early this morning.
The law enforcement agencies participating in the round-up included:
- St. Landry Parish Marshall’s Office
Sheriff Guidroz says,
“We get complaints from the community on a regular basis. The citizens of St. Landry Parish are tired of seeing drug deals occur on the streets of their neighborhoods. This roundup is a product of many hours of undercover purchases by our narcotic agents and hundreds of hours of surveillance. I want this round-up to send a message that drug dealing is not tolerated in St. Landry Parish. We’re watching and we will catch you.”
St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office Spokesperson Captain Megan Vizena says officers started arresting drug dealers shortly after 3 o’clock this morning.
“The various warrants are for the sale of methamphetamine, crack cocaine, powder cocaine, marijuana, and prescription pills. During the warrant round-up, agents were able to seize powder cocaine, crack cocaine, prescription pills, drug paraphernalia, marijuana and several hundred dollars of U.S. currency that was used to purchase drugs. The total street value of the all drugs seized is worth approximately $5,000 in U.S. currency.”
Several suspects have been arrested, and police say they are looking for eleven other suspects.
The suspects arrested were:
- Corey Blaire, B/M, age 34, 1401 Hwy 104, Opelousas, principle, distribution of a schedule II CDS (Cocaine).
- Alonzo D. Milton, B/M, age 24, 214 Halfway House rd, Arnaudville, possession of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana), violation of uniform CDS in a drug free zone.
- Michael J. Casse, W/M, age 35, 17455 Hwy 105, Melville, possession of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana), safety belt use, violation of uniform CDS in a drug free zone.
- Chadwick D. Senegal B/M, age 20, 430 North St. George St. Eunice, distribution of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana).
- Rico C. Morgan B/M, age 22, 110 Julia St. Eunice, distribution of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana).
- Phillip L. Landrio B/M, age 27, 851 south oak St, Opelousas, distribution of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana).
- Chad Nelson Leblanc, W/M, age 36, 330 Old School rd, Arnaudville, possession of a schedule II CDS (Crystal Meth), possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to signal.
- Coley D. Rideaux, B/M, age 31, 104 Anatole Rd, Grand Coteau, distribution of a schedule II CDS (Crack Cocaine).
- Corey A. Carriere, B/M, age 32, 739 Foster St. Opelousas, distribution of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana).
- Miranda S. Simien B/F, age 21, 159 Harris Ln. Apt #13, Opelousas, possession of a schedule I CDS (Marijuana), possession with intent to distribute a schedule II CDS (Crack Cocaine), possession with intent to distribute a schedule II CDS (Powder Cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to distribute a schedule III CDS (Lortab).
- Fredrick D. Stevens B/M, age 29, 1466 Jacob rd, Eunice, distribution of a schedule IV CSD (Xanax).
There are several suspects that police are looking for who have outstanding warrants:
- Freddie L. Alfred III, B/M, age 23, 450 South 2nd St, Eunice La.
- Martin P. Johnson, B/M, age 34, 2499 Prairie Ronde Hwy, Opelousas, La.
- Jeremiah E. Bell, B/M, age 32, 651 Farris St, Eunice, La.
- Jaymes W. Guillory, B/M, age 24, 250 Natalie St, Eunice, La.
- Joshua Johnson, B/M, age 28, 918 Truman St, Opelousas, La
- Amanda M. Duplechain W/F, age 34,115 College Rd, Eunice, La.
- Darrell K. Darbonne W/M, age 51, 6378 Eunice Iota Hwy, Eunice, La.
- Angela Christine Speyrer, W/F, age 35, 161 Conrad Ln, Arnaudville, La.
- Joseph T. Martin, W/M, age 30, 1095 Olivier Rd, Arnaudville, La.
- Amber R. Rogers, W/M, age 27, 582 Country Ridge Rd. Lot #113, Opelousas, La.
- Tori N. Redditt, B/M, age 32, 117 Spruce St, Opelousas, La.
- Chance Bushnell, W/M, age 25, 138 Paul Bellon Rd, Basile, La.
“We will continue to look for the others that were not arrested. The easiest thing for them would be to come to the St. Landry Parish Jail and turn themselves in. If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of these suspects, you are urged to call St. Landry Crime Stoppers at 948-TIPS.”