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Friday 19, Aug 2011

  Lopez arrested in Texas

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Lopez arrested in TexasCharlie Gerard Lopez was booked into the Nacogdoches County Jail after being arrested July 9 by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

He was charged with assault causing bodily injury, family violence, and driving while intoxicated.

Lopez was released two days later on a total bond of $4,000.

Saturday 28, May 2011

  Auburn Police makes its largest illegal prescription drug arrest

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Auburn Police makes its largest illegal prescription drug arrestIn the largest illegal prescription pill drug arrest in the history of Auburn Police, 5,000 oxycodone, hydrocodone, alprazolam pills, a quantity of anabolic steroids, and $11,444 in cash were confiscated.

Robert Lee Cofer, 22, who has been charged with distribution of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense was arrested in connection with the drug bust.

Dawson said Cofer faces up to 10 years behind bars.

Tuesday 01, Mar 2011

  Hickman investigation to be conducted by Sheridan

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Hickman investigation to be conducted by SheridanInterim City Administrator Willie Banks has selected Mark Sheridan, a retired state trooper, to investigate City of Leesville Chief of Police Bobby Hickman for the civil service board.

Hickman was implicated in an illegal drug ring by Charlie Lopez, a former Leesville police officer, who pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute Dihydrocodeinone and one count of distribution of anabolic steroids.

Lopez also admitted at that time to providing Hydrocodone and Valium to Hickman.

Thursday 01, Oct 2009

  Phony repairman stole drugs from pharmacy

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Phony repairman stole drugs from pharmacyJoshua Paul Fleetwood, 25, was arrested by authorities last Friday for accusations of attempted burglary, and drug possession.

According to police reports, the burglaries occurred in August with two incidents happening in Metairie and one in Kenner.

A man reportedly claiming as a repairman sent by the pharmacy’s head office entered the stores and requested access to safes.

As per state law, safes are used to store prescription drugs classified as controlled dangerous substances.

He then told pharmacy staff that he was there to conduct repairs or replace batteries in the safe doors.

Pharmacists would often notice missing drugs only after the repairman has left.

The latest burglary happened in a CVS at West Esplanade Ave in Metairie. Inventory count revealed missing bottles of oxycodone, Adderall and methadone. It is not known, however, if Fleetwood is involved in this case.

A search of Fleetwood’s residence revealed bottles of anabolic steroids possibly taken from the burglaries. Two counts of drug possession charges were added according to arrest reports.

He was temporarily released from the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center due to overcrowding. His bail was set at $260,000.

Fleetwood has previous criminal records at Jefferson Parish for possessions of heroin and hydrocodone.