Lafayette Deputies Seize over $1,000,000.00 in Drugs, along with Guns and Cash
The Lafayette Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit arrests Lafayette drug dealers in one of the largest Methamphetamine seizures in Lafayette history. During the early morning hours of Friday October 26th, the Sheriff’s SWAT team and Narcotics Deputies executed search warrants at a residence located at the 300 block of Rue Septembre, along with at a business located at the 900 block of Westgate Boulevard in Scott. Upon searching the premises, agents discovered over 11.9 pounds (4,423.7 grams) of Methamphetemine with a DEA street value of $1,084,740.00.
Deputies also discovered $8,884.00 in cash, 45.4 grams of Marijuana, 9 Alprozalam pills, 8 Oxycodone pills, 10 MDMA pills, 13 Vyvance pills, two semi automatic pistols and other drug paraphernalia.
Shawn Labbe (35) was arrested at the time of the incident and was charged with: Possession with the Intent to Distribute (PWITD) Schedule II (Methamphetmaine), PWITD Schedule I (Marijuana), PWITD Schedule II (Oxycodone), PWITD Schedule IV (Alprozalam), PWITD Schedule I (MDMA), PWITD Schedule II (Vyvanse), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon and Possession of a Firearm in the Presence of Controlled Dangerous Substances.
Ana Smith (30) was charged with: Possession with the Intent to Distribute (PWITD) Schedule II (Methamphetmaine), PWITD Schedule I (Marijuana), PWITD Schedule II (Oxycodone), PWITD Schedule IV (Alprozalam), PWITD Schedule I (MDMA), PWITD Schedule II (Vyvanse), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of a firearm in presence of Controlled Dangerous Substances.
Dallas Wade Bourque (59) was charged with Possession of Schedule II (Methamphetamine) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Photo: Sheriff Mark Garber and Chief Deputy Carlos Stout spoke with undercover deputies that could not be photographed. The Sheriff addressed the agents and told them how proud he was of them for their hard work during the investigation, and for keeping these very dangerous drugs from getting into circulation within Lafayette and the surrounding areas.