Drug arrests made in parish
VIDALIA — The Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office teamed up with the U.S. Marshals Service Violent Offender Task Force March 31 and made four drug arrests in the parish.
Jeremy J. Williams, 21, 414 Georgia Ave., Ferriday, was charged with possession of schedule II drugs with intent to distribute and obstruction of a public passage.
According to CPSO Lt. Chris Groh, Williams was allegedly seen tossing six suspected crack cocaine rocks on the ground, before he was arrested on Georgia Avenue in Ferriday.
Michael “J.B.” Seymour, 33, 190 Lee St., Ferriday, was charged with possession of schedule II drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of firearms while in possession of a controlled substance.
Seymour was at 708 Vidalia Drive in Ridgecrest when officers allegedly found methamphetamine and a meth pipe in a plastic container in the bathroom. Officers also confiscated two 22-caliber guns and several bottles of unmarked medication.
Jermi Demar Jefferson, 23, 104 Garden Drive, Ferriday was charged with possession of schedule I drugs–second offense.
Jefferson was reportedly found with suspected marijuana in his pocket and in his vehicle’s console that parked in the road on Kennedy Drive in Ferriday.
James Nolton, 17, 113 Freeman St., Ferriday, was charged with possession of marijuana.
Nolton was also parked on Kennedy Drive where he was reportedly observed by officers rolling a marijuana cigar. He was also reported as having marijuana in his lap.
CPSO Lt. Denis Mulvihill assisted in all four of the arrests with the U.S. Marshals Service.