Olla, LA Man Arrested for Narcotics
A 33-year-old Olla man was arrested on numerous narcotic charges following the execution of a ‘no knock’ search warrant at his residence Wednesday, May 27, 2015, according to LaSalle Sheriff Scott Franklin.
On that morning, LPSO detectives executed the ‘no knock’ search warrant for the residence of Robert Glynn Randall after obtaining evidence that he was distributing methamphetamine. Possessing an arrest warrant for distribution, obtained from the 28th Judicial District Court, and a search warrant for his residence, detectives made entry into the home located off of LA 124 east of Olla, LA.
Randall was inside the residence and was arrested without incident. Detectives searched the residence and discovered suspected methamphetamine along with firearms and drug paraphernalia.
Randall was booked into the LaSalle Parish Jail on charges of distribution of CDS II (methamphetamine), possession of CDS II (methamphetamine) with intent to distribute, possession of firearm by a convicted felon, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Randall’s bond was set at $120,000.
Sheriff Franklin commended his narcotic detectives for their professional investigation of this case and on taking another drug dealer off the streets. “We remain as committed today as we did the day I first took office to rid this parish of those who would engage in the distribution of narcotics,” Franklin said. “Every time we put a drug dealer out of business, we could be saving some of our young people from a life of drugs.” “Getting rid of drug dealers is a passion of mine and of our narcotic detectives,” he said.