A loot including narcotics, stolen firearms, and nearly $50,000 of cash have landed a Church Point man in the Acadia Parish Jail.

Acadia Parish Sheriff K.P. Gibson said just after midnight Thursday, 27-year-old Allen Savoy was arrested after he tried fleeing from officers and wrecked his vehicle.

During the investigation, deputies recovered a large amount of currency, narcotics and multiple weapons. Recovered from Savoy's possession was:

  • 535 grams of cocaine with a street value of $58,800
  • 679 Oxycodone pills with a street value of $6,800
  • 18.6 grams of Marijuana with a street value of $745
  • 1 Buprenorphine pill with a street value of $10
  • $47,445 in United States Currency
  • Savoy Narcotics (APSO Photo)

    Savoy sustained minor injuries and no other person was injured. After receiving medical attention, Savoy was booked into the Acadia Parish Jail on the following charges:

    • Possession of Schedule I Narcotics
    • Possession of Schedule II Narcotics
    • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
    • Transaction Involving Proceeds from Controlled Dangerous Substance Activity
    • Aggravated Flight from an Officer
    • Possession of Firearms by a Convicted Felon
    • Possession of a Firearm with Obliterated Numbers
    • PWITD Schedule II Narcotics (2 Counts)
    • Illegal Possession of Stolen Property
    • Obstruction of Justice

    “This is our mission as a department. To get over $65,000 worth of illegal drugs off of the streets of Acadia Parish is a major accomplishment. I applaud our department's efforts as all deputies have stepped up their efforts to serve our citizens to the best of their ability” Gibson said.