Three arrested for operating meth lab on boat
PIERRE PART – Three people have been arrested for operating a meth lab on a boat in Pierre Part.
The Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office arrested 39-year-old Dwayne Paul Hebert, 33-year-old Latisha Landry and 31-year-old Kelly Blanchard on Friday, Nov. 4 while operating a boat near Lake Verret.
Officers determined that the suspects possessed a mobile meth lab in the boat. The three were arrested by Assumption Parish Deputies, Narcotics Agents along with assistance from Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Agents. All three were transported to the parish jail.
All three were arrested on charges of creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory for the unlawful manufactured of controlled dangerous substances. Hebert and Landry were arrested on charges of criminal trespass and simple burglary. Additionally, Hebert had a bench warrant for failure to appear on theft by fraud charges at the time of the arrest.
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