6 arrested on crack cocaine charges
St. Charles Parish sheriff’s deputies arrested nine people on charges of attempted possession of crack cocaine, say reports.
The subjects were arrested after attempting to purchase crack cocaine from undercover agents.
1. Crystal Benoit, 24, 5655 North Carol Apt. 1 in Lockport, attempted possession of crack cocaine.
2. Antoinette C. Perillioux, 28, 5655 North Carol Apt. 1 in Lockport, attempted possession of crack cocaine.
3. Ron Tyree, 42, 103 First St. in Luling, attemped possession of crack cocaine and resisting an officer.
4. Bryan Rodrigue, 28, 128 Catherine St. in Lockport, attemped possession of crack cocaine.
5. Lonnie Lebouef, 28, 715 Ave. G, Westwego, distribution of crack cocaine.
6. Nicholas N. Leboeuf, 21, 715 Ave. G, Westwego, distribution of crack cocaine and resisting an officer.
7. Robert Taylor, 42, 5093 Oak Bayou, Marrero, attempted possession of crack cocaine.
8. Carrie Cortez, 20, 14051 LA 63, Des Allemands, attempteed possession of crack cocaine.
9. Tina Marse, 14051 LA 631, Des Allemands, attempted possession of crack cocaine.
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