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Crime Roundup: Sulphur man charged with aggravated incest

Last Modified: Tuesday, November 05, 2013 2:57 PM

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A 51-year-old Sulphur man has been accused of having sexual contact with a young female family member, authorities said.

Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Kim Myers said Adam James Louviere, 1494 Carl Lyons Road, was arrested Monday following month-long investigation.

Louviere, who is facing a charge of aggravated incest, was released after posting a $40,000 bond.

Jeff Davis deputies make cocaine bust

A 24-year-old Crowley man was arrested Sunday night after cocaine and marijuana was found in his vehicle, authorities aid.

Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff Office spokesman Christopher Ivey said Jonathan Obrian Ray Hamilton, 200 Kathy Meadows Lane, has been charged with two counts of drug possession with intent to distribute.

Ivey said deputies recovered 4.4 pounds of cocaine and 1 pound of marijuana.

Sulphur woman facing multiple charges

A 23-year-old Sulphur woman is facing drug and weapon charges following a Monday night traffic stop, authorities said.

Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Kim Myers said Amber M. Young, 2111 Trailer St., Lot 10, was stopped near of the intersection of North Crocker and Napoleon streets.

“Deputies recovered nine bags containing methamphetamine, numerous prescription pills including Somas, Xanax and Trazodone, a semi-automatic handgun, a postal digital scale and drug paraphernalia,” Myers said. “After running the handgun through NCIC, deputies discovered it had been recently reported stolen through Sulphur Police Department.”

Young was charged with drug possession with intent to distribute, two counts of drug possession, possession of a stolen firearm, possession of a firearm in presence of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Bond was pending.

Arrest Reports

The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:

• Lawrence Jamison Green, 26, 230 Jackson St., DeQuincy — drug possession with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $80,000.

• Hasani Oba Williams, 33, 813 Paul Robertson Road, DeQuincy — possession of a counterfeit drug with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, open-container violation, illegal display of license plates, disturbing the peace. Bond: $57,500.

• Christopher Michael Kelly, 35, 3653 La. 27, Sulphur — theft $500 to $1,500, motor vehicle theft. Bond: $25,000.

• Gary W. Lowe, 57, Lakeland, Fla. — drug possession with intent to distribute. Bond: $10,000.

• Nicholas Jack Lawson, 27, 3001 Reidway St. — three counts of drug possession. Bond: $8,000.

• Eric Dewayne Thomas, 28, 2427 13th St. — battery of an officer.

• Shamike Nicole Alexander, 25, 1011 W. 18th St. — drug possession with intent to distribute, drug possession in a drug-free zone, first-offense marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Damien Isiaha Perkins, 26, 1802 8th St. — motor vehicle theft.

Sulphur police reported the following arrests:

• Alexander Dmarcus Goodly,, 20, Clover Drive, Lake Charles — theft, simple battery.

• Zachary Saul Menard, 28, Menard Road, Sulphur — hit and run, improper lane use, simple marijuana possession.

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Those listed are presumed innocent until proved guilty.

Posted By: TexCajun On: 11/5/2013

Title: I remember when

I remember Lake Charles as a city where you slept with unlocked doors and open windows. Dad would turn on the attic fan at night and the circulation of the air was enough to cool down the house. If you left your keys in the car, it would still be there in the morning. Bikes could be left in plain view and no one would steal them. Murder was almost unheard of and overall crime was at a minimum. What happened? Could the increase of lawlessness and wickedness be a harbinger of the soon return of Christ?

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