Kelly man faces numerous narcotic and other charges

A 20-year-old Kelly man is facing numerous narcotic and other charges in LaSalle Parish following a routine traffic stop in the parish, according to LaSalle Sheriff Scott Franklin.
On the night of Monday, January 14 a LPSO K-9 deputy was traveling on Hwy 84 and observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation. The deputy stopped the vehicle on Hwy 84 and Truck St. in Jena and made contact with the driver, identified as Aaron Moses, age 20, of Kelly.
A juvenile female was observed in the passenger seat with a rifle beside her leg. When asked if they had any more weapons, Moses informed the deputy of having a pistol under the driver seat. While the deputy was retrieving the weapons from the vehicle, he smelled the odor of raw marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Moses advised the deputy of possible marijuana shavings in the floor board.
The deputy utilized his K-9 partner “Titan” and performed an exterior search of the vehicle to which “Titan” did alert on the passenger door area. Prior to the deputy searching the vehicle, Moses admitted to having marijuana in a backpack that was on the passenger floorboard.
The deputy opened the backpack and located a Tupperware bowl that contained a large Ziploc bag containing suspected marijuana. Also located in the back pack was liquid THC, a small blue baggie containing four rectangle pills, a small green baggie containing 3 round blue pills, and six round pinkish/orange pills with a Mickey Mouse cartoon on them.
Moses admitted that the suspected marijuana and liquid THC belonged to him. When asked about the pills, Moses advised that the ones in the green baggie were ecstasy and the blue baggie contained Xanax.
Moses was transported to the LaSalle Parish Jail and booked on the charges of possession of CDS I ecstasy, possession of CDS III Xanax, 3 counts of possession of CDS in the presence of a minor, 2 counts of illegal carrying of weapons with CDS.