A joint investigation between the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and Grand Isle Police Department resulted within the arrest of 2 males for alleged drug and flora and fauna violations on March 31 in Jefferson Parish.
Ross M. Adam, of Grand Isle, and Mark Okay. Cheramie, of Lockport, had been arrested for ownership of methamphetamines, ownership of managed unhealthy substance with a firearm and drug paraphernalia. They had been booked into the Jefferson Parish Jail.
Adam was once additionally cited for failing to sign in motorboat, failing to have vessel numbers, failing to have sticky label on vessel, in ownership of an unplugged shotgun, use of lead shot, and ownership of migratory sport birds all over a closed season.
LDWF brokers, USCG group of workers and Grand Isle Police Department officials began a joint investigation on March 31 at 11:30 a.m. about two topics on Fifi Island simply north of Grand Isle in ownership of gear and illegally harvested sport.
When the investigators arrived on Fifi Island they discovered Adam and Cheramie in ownership of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and 7 firearms. They had been additionally in ownership of 3 freshly harvested migratory sport birds.
Possession of methamphetamine brings as much as a $5,000 wonderful and two years in prison. Possession of a firearm within the presence of unlawful medication brings as much as a $10,000 wonderful and 5 years in prison. Possession of drug paraphernalia carries as much as a $300 wonderful and 15 days in prison.
Possession of migratory sport birds all over a closed season, the usage of lead shot, and searching with an unplugged gun deliver as much as a $950 wonderful and 120 days in prison for each and every offense. Failing to sign in motorboat, failing to have vessel quantity and failing to have sticky label on a vessel elevate as much as a $50 wonderful for each and every offense.
LDWF Sgt. Stephen Rhodes along side Grand Isle Police Department Officers and USCG group of workers participated on this case.
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