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Over 1 dozen arrested in Caddo-Shreveport narcotics and prostitution operation

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The Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit conducted an operation at a local hotel on Friday, November 15. The operation was in response to complaints in the area involving drug sales and prostitution.

Agents with the Caddo–Shreveport Narcotic Unit, Caddo Special Response Team and the Louisiana State Police conducted the operation at 400 Pete Harris.

As a result, law enforcement officers were able to buy and seize drugs, confiscate weapons and make numerous arrests. A total of 14 felony and 7 misdemeanor arrests were made along with the execution of 4 search warrants at the hotel. During the arrests, agents seized approximately 53.8 grams of "crack" cocaine, a small amount of marijuana, 107 of assorted pills, 3-handguns and $811.00 dollars in cash.    

The suspects were booked at Caddo Correctional Center and the Shreveport City Jail.

The operation was extremely successful, netting a total of 21 arrests for various offenses. Below are the arrests made during the operation.

Juvenile Suspect - Possession of Marijuana - not pictured

Monisha S Wilson - Interference with a Police Officer

Larry Devereaux - Possession of Sch II Cocaine (not pictured)

Clifford Mosley - Poss w/int dist Sch I Mj, Poss w/int dist Sch II Cocaine, Illegal Possession of a firearm

Rodrickus Ray - Poss w/int dist Sch I Mj, Poss w/int dist Sch II Cocaine, Illegal Possession of a firearm

Antoin Thomas - Soliciting for Prostitution

James Barmore - Soliciting for Prostitution

Robert Williams - Soliciting for Prostitution (not pictured)

Donald Harris - Poss of Drug Paraphernalia and In State Fugitive Warrant

Shericka Marston - Interference with Police

Martha Jackson - Possession of Sch II Cocaine

Vassie Dillard - Possession of Sch II Cocaine (not pictured)

Reginald Pea - Poss w/int dist Sch I Mj, Poss w/int dist Sch II Cocaine and In State Fugitive Warrant

John Marston - Poss w/int dist Sch I Mj and Poss w/int dist Sch II Cocaine

Latroy Johnson - Poss w/int dist Sch I Mj and Poss w/int dist Sch II Cocaine

William Orourke - Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Isabelle Smith - Interference with Police and Poss Sch II Cocaine

Michael McCoy - Possession of Sch II Cocaine (not pictured)

Victor Davis - Possession of Sch I Marijuana and in State Fugitive

Bertha Brown - Possession of Sch II Cocaine (not pictured)

Dalone Walpool - Poss w/int dist Sch I Mj and Poss w/int dist Sch II

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