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APD: Three arrested for possession of drugs

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel 5 ) – Four people have been arrested for possession of drugs.

Alexandria police said agents with Central Region Anti-Crime Task Force arrested Raymond Dixon, 38,  and Latasha Tucker, 35, both are charged with one count Possession of CDS I with intent, one count with possession of CDS II with intent, and one count of CDS II with intent. Dixon is also charged for not using a turn signal.

Maurice White, 40 and Sarah C. Williams 41, both of Alexandria, are also charged with one count of Possession of CDS I w intent of marijuana, one count possession of CDS I with intent ecstasy, one count possession of CDS II with intent, one count, possession of CDS I synthetic cannabinoids and  one count possession of CDS in presence of minor.

The arrests follow a three month investigation. Agents seized suspected marijuana, ecstasy, synthetic marijuana and crystal meth. The ecstasy and synthetic marijuana is said to have a street value worth $42,210.

The Task Force is made up of officers from APD, Pineville PD and the FBI.

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