Narcotic detectives make four more narcotic arrests

LaSalle Parish Sheriff Scott Franklin commended his narcotic detectives for their work in making four more narcotic arrests during the past week.

On the night of Monday, August 12th, LPSO detectives monitored a narcotic transaction involving methamphetamine at the parish dumpster sight located on Hwy 459 (Aimwell Road).  After its completion detectives and deputies stopped a Chevrolet HHR responsible for the distribution.     

The driver of the car, Angela Cameron, 39, of Kelly, was placed in handcuffs along with her passenger, Tate Tuegel, 41, of Jena.  A LPSO K-9 deputy utilized his K-9 partner for a search of the car yielding a positive alert. 

During a subsequent search, deputies located drug paraphernalia containing suspected methamphetamine that neither Cameron or Tuegel admitted to possessing.  Evidence was also obtained of Angela Cameron being responsible for distribution of the suspected methamphetamine that occurred at the dumpster sight. 

Both Cameron and Tuegel were transported to the LaSalle Parish Jail for booking.

Angela Cameron was booked on charges of distribution of CDS II methamphetamine, possession of CDS II methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and probation violation.

Tate Tuegel was booked on the charges of possession of CDS II methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Two More Arrested

On Tuesday, August 13th, LPSO detectives along with agents from probation and parole went to a residence off of Verna Drive in Jena to arrest Bradley Mayo, 62, of Olla, on a warrant of distribution of methamphetamine and a parole violation.

LPSO detectives obtained evidence of Mayo distributing methamphetamine on two separate occasions, and a warrant was obtained through the 28th Judicial District Court. 

Once Mayo was arrested, he advised of a female being inside the RV.  The female was identified as Kyra Boyd, 26, of Jena.  Detectives cleared the RV and observed numerous items involving narcotic use. 

A syringe was located containing suspected methamphetamine along with a baggie of suspected synthetic cannabinoids.  Both Mayo and Boyd were transported to the LaSalle Parish Jail to be booked.

Bradley Mayo was booked on charges of two counts of distribution of CDS II methamphetamine, possession of CDS II methamphetamine, possession of CDS I synthetic cannabinoids, possession of drug paraphernalia, and parole violation. 

Kyra Boyd was booked on charges of possession of CDS II methamphetamine, possession of CDS I synthetic cannabinoids, and possession of drug paraphernalia.