On an earlier date, the officer was dispatched to Mississippi Circle in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, the complainant stated that the suspect kicked in her door. The suspect was found on the above date and taken into custody by probation and parole.
The officer was dispatched in reference to a disorderly person. Upon contact a strong odor of alcohol was detected on his breath and person. During a pat down the suspect was found to have two grams of marijuana along with cigar wrapping paper in his pockets.
“Crappie fishing is no longer just a cane pole and bobber sport, and the pursuit of this sport fish has never been more popular,” said Crappie University’s founder Gary White. “Across the country, the crappie is gaining on bass as the number one sport fish.
The suspect admitted that there may be marijuana in the vehicle. A search revealed Suboxone pills, several items of drug paraphernalia and a burnt marijuana cigarette. During a pat search at CCC, the suspect had a baggie of suspected marijuana in his pocket.
“Jack Montoucet is a friend and a true Louisianan,” Edwards said. “As a businessman, he understands the complex nature of running an organization such as Wildlife and Fisheries, and as an alligator farmer in Acadiana, he shares my belief that nothing should get in the way of Louisiana remaining the Sportsman’s Paradise.