Two St. Landry Parish Residents Arrested For Selling Meth From The Home
The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office Narcotics Detectives Division has arrested Kaysie Miskell and Jason Leblanc Monday after a police say they were selling meth from their home.
St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz says,
"Our Narcotic Enforcement Team conducted several undercover operations on Miskell and LeBlanc for selling crystal meth from their residence in Port Barre."
Sheriff’s Office Spokesperson Captain Megan Vizena says,
“Miskell and Leblanc are both being charged with possession with intent to distribute a schedule I controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, transaction involving proceeds from drug offenses and possession of a legend drug. In addition, Miskell is facing 2 counts of distribution of schedule I drugs. Seized during this investigation was approximately one half ounce of crystal meth which holds a street value of approximately one thousand dollars.”
Guidroz says he want these arrests to send a message that they will not tolerate drug dealing in St. Landry Parish.
Miskell is currently being held in the St. Landry Parish jail with bond set at $55,250, while Leblanc’s bond is $17,750.