Jeffrey Corley, 35, and Mary Floyd, 28, both of Olla, LA were arrested and face numerous illegal narcotic charges, after officers discovered drugs in a home on Hwy 503, according to LaSalle Sheriff Scott Franklin.
On Thursday, June 9, 2016, LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies accompanied Louisiana Probation and Parole officers to a home located on Hwy 503 in the Summerville, LA Community. The officers went to the residence in search of Jeffrey Corley. When they entered the residence, the officers found Corley asleep in his room, and found Floyd hiding in a bedroom closet.
When the officers located drug paraphernalia in the living room area, they contacted LPSO detectives. The detectives arrived and observed items of paraphernalia containing suspected methamphetamine residue. Floyd, who was advised of her rights, informed the detectives that the items belonged to her. She also informed them that the substance in the paraphernalia was in fact methamphetamine.
Officers had also observed illegal items in Corley’s bedroom. LPSO detectives found numerous suspected methamphetamine items, along with drug paraphernalia. Corley and Floyd were arrested and transported to the LaSalle Parish Jail in Jena, LA for booking.
Corley was charged with possession of CDS II – methamphetamine – with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. He remains in custody on a probation hold and is awaiting bond.
Floyd was charged with possession of CDS II – methamphetamine – and possession of drug paraphernalia. She remains in custody on a probation hold and is awaiting a bond hearing.