A four-month drug investigation led to the arrest of Sterling Brown, 2721 Wise St., Alexandria, according to the Alexandria Police Department’s Narcotics Department.
Brown, 33, was arrested on three warrants and charged with two counts of distribution of CDS III Hydrocodone pills, one count of conspiracy to distribute Hydrocodone pills and one count of possession of CDS III Hydrocodone pills with the intent to distribute. Agents allegedly observed suspicious activity coming from Brown’s residence, and agents also allegedly found pills at the time of the arrest.
He was booked into the Rapides Parish Jail.
In another case, the narcotics agents arrested Jessica Wooley, 29, 4325 Clubhouse Dr., Apt. F13, for allegedly distributing Crystal Methamptahemine to an undercover agent, according to the police reports.
Detectives received a tip that Wooley was allegedly selling large amounts of the drug in the Alexandria area. After a one-month investigation, Wooley was arrested Wednesday on two arrests warrants. She was booked into the Rapides Parish Jail.
In a third case, Ashley Lemoine, 2309 Culpper, Alexandria, was arrested on 12 counts of obtaining controlled dangerous substance by fraud, according to police reports.
Narcotics agents received complaints from a local pharmacy that suspected Lemoine obtained several prescriptions by fraud. Agents conducted an investigations and determined Lemoine allegedly picked up fraudulent prescriptions 12 times. The prescriptions were allegedly called in to the pharmacy by another person who was arrested on an earlier date.
Lemoine was booked into the Rapides Parish Jail.