Deputies with the Webster Parish Narcotics Task Force went to a Dixie Inn residence in reference to a fugitive from Bossier Parish and ended up making a drug bust in the meantime.
Christopher Lee Harvill, 33, of the 2400 block of Bobbie Street in Bossier City, was arrested Monday, April 27, and charged with possession of Schedule II CDS (methamphetamine). Bond was set at $5,000.
Webster Parish Sheriff’s detectives went to the Stanley Street residence in Dixie Inn to make contact with that fugitive from Bossier Parish. The U.S. Marshal’s Service was looking for the fugitive and a Crimestoppers tip led them to the Dixie Inn residence. It was at that time, Webster deputies went to the house in an attempt to make contact with the fuitive.
Deputy Bobby Igo III observed someone, later identified as Harvill, coming out of the back of the residence when he and Captain Robert Hayden, Lt. Shawn Baker and Deputy Joel Thomas set a perimeter around the house.
Detectives say when Harvill came out of the back door, he was chewing on a piece of plastic, like a plastic Ziploc baggie. Igo asked him to spit it out. He did and admitted the contents of the baggie was methamphetamine. It was roughly one half gram, according to reports.