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NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION - CLANDESTINE METH LABORATORY - Monday, November 7, 2016

PIERRE PART Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon reports the arrests of three Pierre Part, LA residents on charges alleging that they created and operated a mobile clandestine laboratory for the unlawful manufacture of controlled dangerous substances (methamphetamine).

Dwayne Paul Hebert, 39, of 131 Substation Street, Latisha Landry, 33, of 107 Cross La Rue Street and Kelly Blanchard, 31 of 123 Substation Street were arrested on Friday evening while operating a boat near Lake Verret.  Investigating officers determined that the suspects possessed a mobile methamphetamine lab in the vessel they were occupying.  

The arrests are part of an ongoing major narcotics investigation targeting drug dealers throughout the parish.  The three suspects were arrested by Assumption Parish Deputies, Narcotics Agents with assistance from Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Agents.  All three were transported to the parish jail and booked on charges of:

Dwayne Paul Hebert - 

*Creation or Operation of a Clandestine Laboratory for the Unlawful Manufacture of Controlled Dangerous Substances

*Criminal Trespass

*Simple Burglary

 

Latisha Landry  

*Creation or Operation of a Clandestine Laboratory for the Unlawful Manufacture of Controlled Dangerous Substances

*Criminal Trespass

*Simple Burglary

*Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear on Theft by Fraud Charges

 

Kelly Blanchard  

*Creation or Operation of a Clandestine Laboratory for the Unlawful Manufacture of Controlled Dangerous Substances

At the time of her arrest, Kelly Blanchard was out on bond for a methamphetamine arrest which occurred two weeks ago.  


 

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