Traffic stop leads to drug arrest in parish Sunday
Published 12:26 am Tuesday, March 28, 2017
FERRIDAY — Two out-of-town people were arrested Sunday after deputies pulled over their vehicle and allegedly discovered drugs.
Hobbs M. Brown, 21, 2111 Eddenburg Road, Baton Rouge, was charged with driving with a broken headlight, possession of marijuana, two counts possession of schedule II drugs and possession of schedule IV drugs.
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Lindsey Katherine Harrell, 22, 124 Simoneaux Road, Donaldsonville, La., was charged with two counts possession of schedule II drugs and possession of marijuana.
Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy David Hedrick said deputies stopped the pair’s vehicle at approximately 10 p.m. on Louisiana 3196 near the Ferriday water plant for not having headlights.
Hedrick said an undetermined quantity of methamphetamine and cocaine mixed together, marijuana and Xanax pills were reportedly found.
Hedrick said Brown and Harrell were allegedly partying in Natchez and were driving to continue their festivities at a Concordia Parish lake.
Brown and Harrell were in jail Monday with no bond set.