LaSalle Man Arrested for Narcotic Violations

     LaSalle Parish Sheriff Narcotic Detectives, along with LPSO Patrol and K-9 Deputies, arrived at a residence on Head Start Loop in Jena on Friday, JAN 11, 2013, to execute a search warrant.

     Narcotic detectives had obtained information that a black male living at this residence was in possession of, and had been distributing illegal narcotic drugs at the location.

     Upon arrival, officers made entry into the residence and found David Remon Johnson, 27, at the residence. He was detained without incident.

     A search of the residence revealed a significant quantity of an illegal narcotic substance commonly known as “crack” cocaine. This, along with several hundred dollars was found in a dresser drawer in Johnson’s bedroom.

     Officers also located assorted prescription pills, all of which were found to be scheduled controlled substances. All of these items were secured as evidence in this case and David Remon Johnson was transported to the LaSalle Parish Jail where he was booked on the following charges:

     Possession of CDS II (cocaine) with intent to distribute; possession of CDS III (hydrocodone); and possession of CDS V (carisoprodol).

     Johnson was booked into the LaSalle Parish jail, pending a bond hearing.