A 27-year-old Trout man was arrested on Saturday, June 8, after deputies with the LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to an anonymous call that drugs were being sold at 169 Nick Lane.
When officers arrived at the residence, they observed from the threshold through the front door, in plain view, packages of what appeared to be synthetic marijuana.
Three men were present in the home and all three denied that the packages in question belonged to any of them. A packet of suspected synthetic marijuana was also found in the pants pocket of one of the men, identified as Jared Enterkin, 27, of Trout.
The owner of the property was contacted and consented to a search of the entire property. A search of the residence revealed a large amount of synthetic marijuana.
After a later interview of the occupants, Enterkin was arrested and charged with distribution of CDS I, synthetic cannabinoids. As of press time on Monday, June 10, 2013, Enterkin remained in the parish jail awaiting a bond hearing.