For the second time in eight days, a Doyline man is one of two individuals in custody for possession of illegal drugs, and the same Webster Parish deputies made the Tuesday arrest inside the same camper trailer parked at the same location.
Sheriff Gary Sexton said 19-year-old Peyton Scott Goerner had been released from custody just last week on an appearance summons following his arrest Monday, October 6 for possession of marijuana and two other misdemeanor charges.
Goerner and a companion, 19-year-old Cody Lane Golden who lives on Methodist Camp Road in Minden, are each charged with possession of CDS Sch. I (synthetic marijuana), possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal trespass and unauthorized entry, Sexton said. Goerner’s second offense possession charge reportedly will require a bond payment for release from custody.
Sexton said deputies responded to complaints that individuals occupying a camper parked beside the Dorcheat Bayou bridge over La. Hwy. 164 had been urinating in plain sight of other campers. The sheriff said callers also reported suspicious activity at the camper.
“Our intentions were to only talk to the occupants of the trailer about the reports we had received, but when the door was opened our agents observed in plain view an opened package of synthetic marijuana laying on the floor,” Sexton said.
During the subsequent search of the trailer, deputies found two packages of synthetic marijuana, a glass pipe reportedly used to smoke narcotics, a partially smoked “roach” and rolling papers, Sexton said. The additional non-drug related charges reportedly were added after deputies contacted the trailer’s owner.
“Since the camper trailer had no utilities or water, we called the owner and were told that no one had permission to be using the camper,” Sexton said.
Both men were booked into Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center, Sexton said.