Three Alexandria residents arrested on drug, burglary charges

By EverythingCenla

The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office, along with the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force and the Alexandria Police Department, arrested three Alexandria residents on drug charges Monday, May 24, according to Sheriff Charles F. Wagner Jr.

Arrested are: Darvin Brown, 22; James Terrance Brown, 24; and Yvette Williams, 45, all of 1718 Roscommon Drive.
Armed with an arrest warrant, authorities went to the home in connection to a burglary investigation. When officers arrived at the home, Darvin Brown allegedly ran into the home to avoid arrest. Officers went inside the home and observed Brown allegedly flushing illegal drugs down the toilet.

Wagner said Darvin Brown began to fight officers who were trying to arrest him. In the meantime, Williams came inside the home and allegedly hit another officer. After a brief struggle, Darvin Brown and Williams were arrested and taken into custody.

Meanwhile, James Brown, who was outside of the home, allegedly grabbed an iron rod and threatened an officer in order to get inside of the home. He was then arrested.

Officers also allegedly found crack cocaine and marijuana inside of the home.

Each of the suspects was booked into the Rapides Parish Jail. Darvin Brown was charged with possession of  stolen property over $500 that was allegedly taken in vehicle burglaries in the Kelly Land area; obstruction of justice, resisting arrest by flight; resisting arrest by violence; possession of CDS II with intent to distribute; possession of CDS IV with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana; and battery on a police officer. He remains in jail on a $25,250 bond.

Williams was charged with criminal obstruction of justice; battery on a police officer; resisting arrest by violence; possession of CDS II with intent to distribute; and possession of CDS IV with intent to distribute.  She was released after posting a $22,000 bond.

James Terrence Brown was charged with aggravated assault on a police officer; and obstruction of justice. He was released on a bond set at $1,250.

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