EBRSO: Woman sells pills to agent, flees scene with child in car
BATON ROUGE – Deputies say a woman was arrested after selling pills to an undercover deputy then fleeing the scene with a 4-year-old child in her car.
The East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office arrested 24-year-old Ashjon Millet for possession of schedule four drugs, using drugs in the presence of a minor, possession and distribution of schedule two drugs, flight from an officer and several traffic violations.
The incident took place on Mar. 2 around 2:20 p.m. Arrest records say Millet drove up to an unmarked EBRSO vehicle and asked the narcotics agent inside if he was waiting for "Big Boy." Millet then asked the undercover deputy how much he was buying, to which he responded "80," according to arrest records.
Minutes later, Millet got into a BMW parked in front of the store and later got back into her car. She waved to the deputy to come over to her car and sold him an Oxycodone pill for $30.
Documents say the agent then identified himself as an EBRSO deputy and Millet put her car in reverse and fled the scene. Deputies say she violated several traffic laws until she was stopped at the corner of Bluebonnet and Anselmo Lane.
Millet also had her four-year-old nephew in the backseat of the vehicle during the incident. Deputies found nine additional Oxycodone pills, one Clonazepam pill and four Xanax pills. She was arrested on the above charges.
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