UNION Parish - Four people residing in one house have been arrested by Union Parish sheriff’s deputies after Child Protective Services (CPS) requested assistance in removing two children from the residence.
CPS case workers told deputies that several adults living in the residence had failed a narcotic test for methamphetamine.
After the children were removed from the residence at 5070 La. Hwy. 2, Farmerville, Sheriff Dusty Gates said deputies asked for and gained permission to search the residence. Items found during the search included three needles containing suspected meth, 64 drug units of Cyclobenzaprine (a legend drug), two spoons containing suspected meth residue, two plastic bags containing suspected meth and about five grams of marijuana.
During the investigations it was learned that one of the residents, Jerame Lane Randall, 35, had four warrants out for his arrest for failure to appear in court on two counts of unauthorized use, illegal carrying of a weapon and criminal trespass. New charges included possession of meth, possession of a legend drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, improper supervision of minors and cruelty to a juvenile. His total bond was set at $81,500.
Rebecca May Jewell, 35, was booked for cruelty to a juvenile and improper supervision of a minor. Her bond was set at $17,000.
Chelsea Mae Strange, 28, was booked for possession of meth, possession of a legend drug and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond was set at $8,500.
Robert Joseph Hayes, 60, was booked for possession of marijuana. His bond was set at $3,500.
The arrests were made Friday (Nov. 10.
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