Man Convicted Of Multiple Drug & Weapons Offenses
The 16th Judicial District Attorney's Office says they have convicted 36-year-old Tabian Davis on multiple drug and weapons charges stemming from an April 2017 raid at the man's home.
When agents with the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at Davis' home, they recovered the following:
- Eighty-eight grams of synthetic cannabinoids
- Tools used in the manufacture of crack cocaine
- A digital scale
- One hundred fourty-five grams of marijuana
- Seven Tramadol pills
- Seventeen Oxycodone pills
- Ninety-six pills containing methamphetamine
- Two grams of crack cocaine
- Fifteen grams of power cocaine
They also recovered a bulletproof vest and three guns.
After several days of testimony, Davis was convicted on multiple charges including:
- Possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance (Methamphetamine)
- Attempted Possession with Intent to Distribute a Schedule I Controled Dangerous Substance (Synthetic Cannabinoids)
- Two count of Possession of a Schedule II Controled Dangerous Sustance (Cocaine)
- Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Dangerous Substance (Oxycodone)
- Possession of a Schedule IV Controlled Dangerous Substance (Tramadol)
- Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Dangerous Substance (Marijuana)
- Three counts of Illegal Possession of a Weapon in the Presence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance
- Unlawful Use or Possession of Body Armor
Davis will face sentencing in court at a later date this year.