WEST MONROE, La. - A drug bust has three West Monroe residents in jail.
West Monroe's Street Crimes Unit was sent to a house on suspicion that drugs were being used and sold.
When officers arrived, Kobi Jordan met them and allowed them inside, where they found Amanda McKenzie and Cecil Fuller in a back room smoking meth.
A search of the house also turned up numerous pipes, seven grams of meth, a bottle of codeine cough syrup, four Viagra pills and other prescription drugs.
During the investigation, five children between ages eight and fifteen were in the home.
Jordan and McKenzie were arrested and charged with distribution of narcotics, possession in the presence of a juvenile and more.
Both are being held on roughly $60,000 bond at the West Monroe city jail.
Fuller and his vehicle were also searched.
Officers found a gram of meth in his pocket, a vial of testosterone, liquid diazepam, liquid meth, and several syringes were also found in his vehicle.
He's charged with possession with the intent to distribute, possession in the presence of a juvenile, and more.
Fuller is also being held at West Monroe city jail on a $36,000 bond.
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