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May 16 08:59 AM

Four suspects arrested for possession of meth

The Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit dismantled a meth organization in south Caddo Parish on Wednesday and arrested four suspects.

Agents with the narcotics unit and the DEA Task Force conducted a short-term investigation and executed two search warrants at hotels in the 5000 block of Monkhouse Drive.

During the investigation, agents recovered 106.3 grams of suspected meth with a street value of $12,756, a digital scale and drug paraphernalia.

Agents arrested four suspects, who were subsequently booked into the Caddo Correctional Center.

Those arrested were Stanford Wayne Huges, 35, of 10550 Cook Road, Bethany, La., charged with possession of schedule II drugs (meth) with intent to distribute and on a Caddo Parish probation warrant; Tia Renee Madden, 42, of 10550 Cook Road in Bethany, La., charged with possession of schedule II drugs (meth) over 28 grams and criminal conspiracy; Aaron Ray Weaver, 46, of 10550 Cook Road in Bethany, La., charged with possession of schedule II drugs (meth) over 28 grams and criminal conspiracy; Travis Lynn Reynolds, 21, of 272 Clarke Circle, Doyline, La., schedule II drugs (meth) over 28 grams, distribution of schedule II and charged with possession of drugs (meth) and criminal conspiracy.


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