KZBL-KDBH AREA NEWS

Natchitoches and Sabine Parish Deputies Arrest Rapides Parish Man with Drugs and Tech 9 Semi-Automatic Weapon:  Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies and Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a Rapides Parish man on felony drug and weapons charges following a traffic stop on La. Hwy 6 West according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office. On Sunday evening April 21st at approximately 11:31pm, Deputies assigned to the NPSO Patrol Division were working on La. Hwy 6 West near the Natchitoches-Sabine Parish line, when they stopped a 2010 Kia passenger car for a traffic violation. A Sabine Parish deputy patrolling the area stopped to assist. Deputies say upon coming in contact with the driver of the vehicle identified as Lamar P.  Phillips of Alexandria, La., they noticed him acting suspiciously, observing suspected marijuana in plain view in the vehicle.  Phillips also reportedly told deputies, that he had more marijuana in the vehicle. A Sabine Parish narcotics detection K-9 was also summoned to the scene which alerted to the vehicle for the presence of a narcotic odor. During a search of the vehicle, deputies seized suspected marijuana, suspected cycolobenzaprine hydrochloride, drug paraphernalia, and a loaded Luger Tech 9 semi-automatic weapon wrapped in blankets in the trunk. As a result, deputies arrested:

Lamar Petrice Phillips, 33 of the 3400 block of Nelson Street, Alexandria, La., booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with Possession of CDS I Marijuana-2nd or Subsequent Offenses,  Illegal Possession of a Legend Drug,  Possession of a Firearm by a Person Convicted of a Felony,  Possession of a Firearm during a Narcotics Offense, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Parole Violation. Phillips who has a lengthy prior criminal history is on parole until 2016.  No bond has been set.
Deputies say Phillips was traveling from Alexandria to Many, La.

NPSO Deputies Arrest Two Men on Drug Charges Following Campti Disturbance Call; Two Pistols Seized:A disturbance call in Campti on Saturday morning has led to the arrest of two Natchitoches men on drug charges according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office. On Saturday morning April 19th at approximately 1:03am, Deputies assigned to the NPSO Patrol Division and Campti Police responded to a reported disturbance in the 200 block of Lake Street in Campti, La. When deputies and Campti police arrived on the scene, they learned the suspects left the scene traveling towards the Natchitoches area in a new white Dodge passenger car bearing a temporary license. Deputies in the Natchitoches area were alerted to Be On the Lookout for the vehicle. Shortly thereafter, deputies spotted and stopped the vehicle on La. Hwy 6 East near Natchitoches. Deputies say upon coming in contact with the three occupants of the vehicle, they observed suspected marijuana in plain view on the driver’s person identified as Christopher Houston Jr. During a search of Houston’s person, deputies seized nearly an ounce of suspected marijuana. A search of the vehicle led to the seizure of a Lorcin .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol and a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol. Deputies arrested:
*Christoper Oneal Houston Jr., 20 of the 700 block of University Parkway, Natchitoches, La., booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with Possession of CDS I Marijuana-2nd Offense, Illegal Possession of a Firearm during a Narcotics Offense, and Criminal Trespassing.
*Darrius D. Jewitt, 22 of the 500 block of Keegan Drive, Natchitoches, La., booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with Illegal Possession of a Firearm during a Narcotics Offense. Both Houston and Jewitt are awaiting bond. The vehicle was impounded by a local wrecker service.

NWLTC faculty, staff to get tuition break at NSU: NATCHITOCHES -- Northwestern State University and Northwest Louisiana Technical Community College have signed an agreement that allows NWLTC faculty and staff to take classes at Northwestern State at a reduced tuition rate. The NWLTC employees must be full-time employees who meet standard admission requirements to Northwestern State. Under the agreement, NWLTC employees may register for up to six credit hours per semester of undergraduate or graduate courses. The agreement is valid for NWLTC faculty and staff who work at campuses in Minden, Mansfield, Many, Natchitoches and Shreveport. NWLTC faculty and staff will be able to utilize any of Northwestern State’s 34 accredited online degree programs or take traditional face-to-face classes. NWLTC offers degree programs that lead to careers in business, commerce, service areas, health services occupations, information technology, construction and manufacturing and transportation services. NWLTC Director Dr. Rick Bateman said the availability of Northwestern State’s programs is a benefit for the institution’s faculty and staff. "Our colleges share a mutual interest in strengthening the higher education effort in Northwest Louisiana," said Bateman. "By accessing programs at NSU, faculty and staff of NWLTC will grow in their ability to serve the citizens of our region." Northwestern State President Dr. Randall J. Webb said the agreement can have a positive impact on the area. "Both Northwestern State and Northwest Louisiana Technical Community College have a long history on providing outstanding educational opportunities for students," said Webb. "Northwestern State is glad to partner with NWLTC, and we look forward to seeking out additional opportunities for collaboration." For more information on Northwest Louisiana Technical College, go to nwltc.edu. To learn about Northwestern State, go to nsula.edu

NPSO’s Arrest report for Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Arrested was:

1. Quincy Lamond McDonald – BM (32) – 169 Sherry Circle, Campti, LA – Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Theft

2. Samantha Jane Parrish – WF (30) – 6567 W. Highway 6, Natchitoches, LA – Contempt of Court

3. Daryl Wayne Johnson – BM (40) – 431 MLK Drive, Natchitoches , LA – Probation/Parole Violation, Simple Battery

4. Sam Holden, Jr. – BM (41) – 152 Cherie Loop, Natchitoches, LA – Contempt of Court

5. Devon James Hopping – WM (19) – 3800 University Parkway #1022, Natchitoches, LA – Contempt of Court

6. Eddie Lee Thompson – BM (25) – 167 Kochinsky Road, Natchitoches, LA – Attempted Simple Escape

NPSO’s Arrest report for Thursday, April 17 – Monday, April 21, 2014

Arrested was:

1. Mohjah Shehada – BF (23) – 100 Melrose Avenue #914, Natchitoches, LA – Theft of Goods

2. Sherry Diane Holman – WF (25) – 180 James Holman Road, Campti, LA – Contempt of Court

3. Rebecca Davis Higginbotham – WF (27) – 2630 Fish Hatchery Road Lot 7, Natchitoches, , LA – Simple Battery, Simple Criminal Damage to Property

4. Matthew Paul Butler – WM (23) – 100 S. Williams Avenue #6, Natchitoches, LA – Contempt of Court

5. Betty Ryder – WF (63) – 110 Chief Street #5, Natchitoches, LA – Contempt of Court

6. Darius Duan Jewitt – BM (22) – 514 Keegan Street, Natchitoches, LA – Illegal Possesison of a Firearm in the Presence of CDS

7. David Eugene Hairston – WM (39) – 129 Antley Road, Natchitoches, LA – Illegal Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Illegal Use of Weapons, Disturbing the Peace

8. Christopher O’Neal Houston, Jr. – BM (20) – 700 University Parkway #212, Natchitoches, LA – Possession of Schedule I Drugs 2nd Offense, Illegal Possession of a Firearm in the Presence of CDS, Criminal Trespassing

9. Chadrick Wayne Holman – WM (33) – 1055 Highway 786, Coushatta, LA – Simple Battery, Resisting an Officer

10. Lindsey Hodlen, Jr. – BM (48) – 488 Brickyard Road, Natchitoches, LA – Contempt of Court

11. Derrick Cardell Houston – BM (26) – 240 Johnson Loop, Natchitoches, LA – Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Serial Number

12. Greg Edward Cardenas – WM (26) – 5814 Highway 480, Coushatta, LA – Shoplifting

13. Lamar Phillips - BM (33) – 3407 Nelson Street, Alexandria, LA – Possession of Schedule I Drugs 2nd Offense, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Illegal Possession of a Firearm in the Presence of CDS, Probation/Parole Violation, Illegal Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Improper Lane Usage, Possession of a Legend Drug without Prescription

14. Dustin Lynn Baker – WM (27) – 179 Keith Road, Coushatta, LA – Aggravated Assault with a Firearm

15. Brandon Wade Clark – WM (30) – 125 Church Street, Marthaville, LA – Probation/Parole Violation

16. Adrien Leshaye Heard – BF (29) – 126 Michelle Drive, Natchitoches, AL – Contempt of Court

17. Bobby Ray Bufkin – WM (32) – 458 Shamrock Loop, Robeline, LA – Contempt of Court

18. Lashericka McVan – BF (25) – 100 Lakeview Drive #507, Natchitoches, LA – Improper Supervision

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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