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Four arrested on meth charges

The Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit dismantled a meth organization in south Caddo Parish on Wednesday, announced Sheriff Steve Prator and Police Chief Willie Shaw.

The Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit dismantled a meth organization in south Caddo Parish on Wednesday, announced Sheriff Steve Prator and Police Chief Willie Shaw.

 

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 this investigation agents recovered 106.3 grams of suspected meth (street value $12,756), a digital scale, and drug paraphernalia.

 

As a result, the following subjects were arrested and booked into Caddo Correctional Center:


  • Stanford Hughes, 35, of Bethany was charged with Possession of Schedule II (meth) with Intent, Caddo Parish Probation warrant;

  • Tia Madden, 42, of Bethany, charged with Possession of Schedule II (meth) over 28 grams, Distribution of Schedule II (meth) and Criminal Conspiracy;

  • Aaron Weaver, 36, of Bethany, charged with: Possession of Schedule II (meth) over 28 grams, Distribution of Schedule II (meth) and Criminal Conspiracy;

  • Travis Reynolds, 21, Doyline, charged with Possession of Schedule II (meth) over 28 grams, Distribution of Schedule II (meth) and Criminal Conspiracy

 

 

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