Three Arrested After Joint Operation Between Lafayette and Vermilion Parish
The Vermilion Parish Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit made three arrests related to drugs Friday after they teamed up with the Lafayette Metro Narcotics Unit.
A suspicious package yielded a pound of suspected crystal methamphetamine, and agents from both agencies worked to found out that the drugs were going to a home off of St. Elmo Road in Erath.
The drugs, worth an estimated $100,000, was sent to the home as part of a controlled delivery then taken back after a search warrant at the home.
Police says more meth was found on the three suspects arrested at that home. They also seized guns, weapons and suspected drug money.
The following people were arrested:
- Ron Landry, (dob 9-21-77) of St Elmo St Erath, arrested and charged with possession with the intent to distribute crystal methamphetamine, illegal carrying of a firearm in the presence of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and proceeds derived from drug transactions. $109,000.
- Michael Boudreaux (dob 11/18/80) of St Elmo St Erath, arrested and charged with principle to possession with intent to distribute crystal methamphetamine, and possession of methamphetamine. Total bond set at $105,000.
- Macquline Campbell (dob 11-21-75) of St Elmo St Erath, arrested and charged with principle to possession with the intent to distribute crystal methamphetamine, and possession of crystal methamphetamine. Total bond set at $105,000.
Sheriff Mike Couvillon would like to thank the Lafayette Metro Narcotics Division for sharing in information, and helping with the case.