Two have been arrested in a recent missing juvenile case in Ouachita Parish.
Laura Davis, 40 of West Monroe, and Dontral Wilson, 36 of West Monroe, were arrested Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
According to their arrest reports, Ouachita Parish deputies were advised a missing juvenile was located at a residence at 2019 Frances Pl. in Monroe by the home owner.
The home owner gave deputies permission to enter the house and search for the missing juvenile prior to their arrival.
Once deputies arrived, they met with Laura Davis and her boyfriend Dontral Wilson, who immediately became hostile towards them.
While searching for the juvenile, who was Laura Davis’s biological daughter, Davis denied any knowledge of the whereabouts of the child and said she didn’t know who the deputies were looking for. Wilson kept moving around deputies trying to get to the door, so he was placed in wrist restraints until the search was complete.
The missing juvenile was located hiding in a shed in the back yard of the residence. Deputies placed Davis under arrest, but she immediately became non-compliant and forcefully resisted deputies’ attempts to place her into custody.
Prior to arriving at the Ouachita Correctional Center, deputies asked Davis if she had any contraband on her. Davis admitted she may have drug paraphernalia in her purse. Deputies located a blue pouch containing three spoons, a glass pipe, a small plastic baggie and a magnifying glass, all with trace amounts of CDS present.
Davis was booked on one count of interference with the custody of a child, resisting a police officer and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wilson was booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center without incident on one count interference with the custody of a child and one count resisting an officer.
Davis’s bond has been set at $1,250.00.
Wilson’s bond has been set at $500.00.