Five arrested on drug charges

Frazier
Frazier
Young
Young
Mendenhall
Mendenhall
Jones
Jones
Reynolds
Reynolds

North Webster Narcotics Task Force agents rounded up several Springhill residents on drug charges, some including possessing drugs in the presence of a minor.

Travellus Kendall Young, 23, of the 600 block of Douglas Street in Springhill, was arrested Thursday, Nov. 19, on charges of distribution of Schedule I CDS (marijuana), distribution of Schedule II CDS (crack cocaine) and a parole hold by probation and parole. Bonds totaled $125,000. No bond was set for the parole hold.

Temska Reynolds, 33, of 5th Street SW in Springhill, was arrested the same day on charges of distribution of Schedule II CDS (methamphetamine) and a probation hold. Bond was set at $100,000. No bond was set for the probation hold.

Shiterria Coyjae Jones, 22, of 17 Camelot Drive in Springhill, was arrested and charged with distribution of Schedule II CDS (marijuana) and possession of marijuana in the presence of a minor. Bond was set at $110,000.

Bobby Randle Frazier, 38, of 17 Camelot Drive in Springhill, was arrested and charged with two counts of distribution of Schedule II CDS (crack cocaine), possession of marijuana in the presence of a minor and a parole hold. Bond was set at $80,000. No bond was set on the parole hold.

Jones and Frazier were arrested at the apartment following the execution of a search warrant following a six-month investigation. According to the police report, agents found an undetermined amount of marijuana inside the residence. At the time the warrant was served, a one-year-old child was inside.

Rickey D. Mendenhall, 33, of the 100 block of North Curtis Street in Cullen, was arrested and charged with distribution of Schedule I CDS (synthetic cannabinoids) and a parole hold. Bond was set at $50,000. No bond was set on the parole hold. Mendenhall was arrested at the Springhill Police Department. Mendenhall was arrested at the Springhill Police Department on the above charges.

Webster Parish Sheriff’s narcotics agent Lt. Shawn Baker says all are separate cases but each arrest was the culmination of a three to six month investigation into the sale of illegal narcotics.

Springhill Police Chief Will Lynd says these arrests came as the result of undercover drug buys.

“These were undercover drug buys that we do,” he said.

All were transported to Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center for booking.

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