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July 31 01:43 PM

Joint narcotics operation nets several arrests

 Sheriff Steve Prator and Chief Willie Shaw announced that the Caddo/Shreveport Narcotics Unit conducted an operation in an attempt to curtail the sale and possession of illegal narcotics in various areas of Shreveport on Tuesday July 30, 2013.  Agents with the Caddo – Shreveport Narcotics Unit conducted an undercover operation in the City of Shreveport after receiving numerous complaints of open air drug sales. During this one day operation, Undercover Agents posed as drug users and dealers and arrested 9 suspects for various offenses including distribution of crack cocaine, distribution of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine and firearm possession.  Agents seized 121 grams of marijuana, 7 grams of methamphetamine, 18 Lortabs, 2 firearms and a small amount of crack cocaine.


Arrested at 1100 Snow

2 felony arrests

David Broadway B/M 9-8-1967 Dist of Sch II cocaine---Booked at CCC

Bruce Morris B/M 12-28-1985 Dist of Sch II cocaine----Booked at CCC


Arrested at 400 Egan

2 felony arrests

Jeremy Ellison B/M 04-14-1986 Dist Sch II

DaRodney Fuller B/M 04-17-1991 Dist of Sch I, Poss Sch I WID


Arrested in the 3300 blk of Youree

1 felony arrest

Charles Lawrence W/M 8-15-1987 Poss Sch III WID


Arrested at Stoner and Centenary

2 felony arrests

Danny Ayon W/M 09-21-1973 Poss Sch II WID Meth, Trigger Lock, Felon in poss of a weapon. poss Sch I marijuana second, poss sch II percocet

Brandon Salter W/M 01-20-1986 Poss Sch II Meth, Trigger Lock, Felon in poss of a weapon


Arrested at Patzman and N. Allen

1 felony arrest

Anrea Gully B/M 08-26-1977 poss Sch I WID


Arrested at 546 Egan

1 felony arrest

Robert Dunkin W/M 11-11-1963 Dist Sch I Marijuana, CMO bench warrant (alocohol in a park)

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