A woman arrested by Minden police Monday had more charges added to her rap sheet by the Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Kiedre Mone Erving, 28, of the 1300 block of East Street, was arrested at the Webster Parish Jail Tuesday on four warrants for distribution of a Schedule II CDS (crack cocaine). Total bonds were $250,000.
These warrants were in addition to the charges by Minden police. Webster officials say they made four undercover buys from her in the past few months.
According to reports, she was already housed on the fourth floor jail at the Webster Parish Courthouse on Minden charges. Lt. Shawn Baker and Deputies Joel C. Thomas and Bobby Igo III served the warrants. Minden Police Captains Dan Weaver and Marvin Garrett assisted with the investigation, officials say.
She was arrested by Minden police Monday on possession of Schedule II CDS (crack cocaine) with intent in the presence of a minor, possession of Schedule II CDS (amphetamine salts) with intent in the presence of a minor, possession of Schedule II CDS (hydrocodone) with intent in the presence of a minor, possession of Schedule IV (tramadol) with intent, open container, left of center and a fugitive from the Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office.
She and Keiundra Mosha Erving, 25, were stopped by Minden police on a traffic violation, and during the search of the vehicle, suspected crack cocaine, amphetamine salts, hydrocodone and tramadol were found inside, which appeared to packaged for resale, Minden Police Chief Steve Cropper said.
Also inside the vehicle was Erving’s 10-year-old son in the back seat.
Both women denied ownership of the suspected narcotics and were placed under arrest. The vehicle was seized and towed. The suspected narcotics were placed into evidence, and Erving’s child was placed into the care of a family member.