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Alexandria Police make four arrests

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel 5) Alexandria Police make three drug arrests, one contempt of court arrest.

On Dec. 14-15, Officers with the Alexandria Police Department made four arrests.

On Dec. 14, APD patrol officers observed a vehicle go through a red light and stopped the driver. The driver dropped a plastic bag on the ground and when the officer started to retrieved the bag, the suspect ran.  APD said officers apprehended Robert Lee Smith and found drugs. Smith, 28, of Alexandria was charged with possession of CDS II (cocaine), resisting by violence, and failure to stop for a red light. The case is still under investigation.

On Dec. 15, Alexandria Police conducted a narcotic investigation. APD said the complainant reported to the officers that her son had dropped some narcotics on the floor of her house. Officers contacted Dustin Walker, who admitted the drugs were his. Walker, 30, of Alexandria was arrested and charged with one count of possession of marijuana 3rd offense.

While on patrol Dec. 15, officers with APD observed a traffic violation and made a stop, asking the suspect for his driver's license. The told the officers that he did not have a license. Upon further investigation the officers found pills and marijuana in the car.  APD said the passenger was also arrested for outstanding warrants.

According to APD, Lonnie Kirklin, 28, of Pineville was charged with possession of CDS II and CDS IV, possession of marijuana 2nd offense, no brake light, no driver's license and contempt of court. Kacee Mahfouz King, 26, of Pineville was charged with five counts of contempt of court warrants.

APD said each of these cases remain under investigation.

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