Crowley Police make narcotics arrests
CROWLEY – Members of the Crowley Police Department narcotics division remain busy as they fight the illegal drug industry which haunts our community.
Over the past several weeks agents have executed search warrants as well as made distribution arrest. The Street Crime Unit also remains busy with street level narcotics activity.
“Our entire department has been busy with various investigations and street level disruption of illegal narcotics here in our community. We know that this process is one that takes time and we appreciate the support and understanding of our citizens regarding this problem,” stated Chief of Police K.P. Gibson.
“This battle will not disappear as long as there is a need for this fight. The future does not look promising regarding illegal narcotics, but we will not quit, I assure you,” stated Chief Gibson.
Recent narcotics arrest include:
•Cedric Stephenson, 26, Crowley: PWITD Marijuana
•Aaron Senegal, 18, Crowley: Possession of Marijuana
•Stephen Myers, 21, Crowley: Distribution of Schedule I Narcotics
•Kent Jackson, 28, Crowley: Possession of Marijuana
•Curley Young, Jr., 23, Crowley: Possession of Codine
•Quentin O’Brien, 22, Crowley: PWITD Crack Cocaine, Monies Derived from Drug Proceeds
•David Brown Jr., 22, Crowley: PWITD Crack Cocaine, Monies Derived from Drug Proceeds
•Heath Habetz, 30, Egan: Possession of Schedule II Narcotics (Cocaine)
•Charles Breaux, Jr., 32, Egan: Possession of Schedule II Narcotics (Cocaine)
•Mia Hargrave, 21, Crowley: Possession of Schedule I Narcotics
•Lauren Suire, 20, Crowley: Possession of Schedule I Narcotics
•Ronald Autry, 45, Crowley: PWITD Marijuana
•Glenn Richard, 30, Crowley: Possession of Marijuana
•Jason Fontenot, 34, Crowley: Possession of Schedule II Narcotics (Darvocet)
The Crowley Police Department is partially funded via grants received through the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement.