Three Jonesville men arrested for drug stash worth $86,000 - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2

Three Jonesville men arrested for drug stash worth $86,000

© Henry Jefferson Sr. © Henry Jefferson Sr.
© Frank Shavers © Frank Shavers
© Derrick Jefferson © Derrick Jefferson

PINEVILLE, La. (KALB News Channel 5) – A three month investigation leads to the arrest of three Jonesville men and a stash of drugs worth approximately $86,000. This is according to the Alexandria Police Department.

According to APD, on July 19, officers stopped a vehicle on Louisiana Highway 28 east in Pineville around 3:35 p.m. Twenty-seven year old Derrick Jefferson and 37-year-old Frank Shavers were said to be in the vehicle. Officers said they conducted a search of the vehicle and found approximately 190 grams of suspected crack cocaine.

The officers said this search led them to execute a search warrant at a residence in the 100 block of Heyman Lane in Alexandria.

At the residence, officers said they found, 612 Grams of suspected cocaine, along with cash and suspected hydrocodone and oxycodone pills.

Jefferson and Shavers were both arrested. Officers also arrested 36-year-old Henry Jefferson Sr.

Derrick Jefferson was arrested one count speeding, one count resisting an officer, two counts of two counts of possession, distribution, and manufacturing of Sch II and one count of distribution and manufacturing Sch I drugs.

 Shavers was charged with one count of possession, distribution, and manufacturing of Sch II narcotics.

Henry Jefferson Jr. was charged with four counts of possession, distribution, and manufacturing of Sch II narcotics, and two counts of possession, distribution, and manufacturing of Sch III narcotics.

The investigation is ongoing.

No other details have been released at this time.

 

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