LPSO: 14 people arrested in Operation: 'Who, Me?'

LPSO: 14 people arrested in Operation: 'Who, Me?'

LIVINGSTON PARISH, LA (WAFB) - The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office arrested several people in a narcotics-related round up.

Operation: "Who, Me?" was carried out by the sheriff's office Narcotics Division and Special Response Team on May 26.

Sheriff Jason Ard said the teams executed arrest warrants, which came from an undercover operation spanning several months.

"During the investigation, our undercover agents were able to purchase illegal controlled dangerous substances from suspects," Ard said.

The following were arrested and booked into the Livingston Parish Detention Center:

  • Christopher Reid, 31, of Livingston – (Possession with intent to distribute Schedule II drugs) Bond: $50,000
  • Phillip Condy, Jr., 37, of Denham Springs – (Principal to distribution of Schedule I drugs) Bond: $100,000
  • Jennifer Thompson, 25, of Walker – (Distribution of Schedule II drugs) Bond: $100,000
  • Ryan Hughes, 18, of Hammond – (Distribution of Schedule I drugs) Bond: $100,000
  • Nicole Stevens, 26, of Walker – (Distribution of Schedule I drugs)
  • Robin Dorman, 28, of Tickfaw – (Distribution of Schedule III drugs) Bond: $60,500
  • Charles Liccardi, Jr., 39, of Denham Springs – (Distribution of Schedule I drugs) Bond: $100,000
  • Christopher Rome, 27, of Albany – (Distribution of Schedule III drugs) Bond: $100,000
  • Shawn Threeton, 25, of Albany – (Distribution of Schedule II drugs) Bond: $100,000
  • James Konczol, 20, of Albany – (Distribution of Schedule II drugs) Bond: $100,000

Four other people were already in other parish jails:

  • Vera Ballard, 35, of Walker – (Principal to distribution of Schedule I drugs) Booked in East Baton Rouge Parish Prison
  • Samantha Granade, 29, of Baton Rouge – (Possession of Sch I, IV drugs) Booked in Ascension Parish Jail
  • Shawn Landry, 23, of Hammond – (Distribution of Schedule III drugs) Booked in Tangipahoa Parish Jail
  • Clifton Taylor, 33, of Independence – (Possession with intent to distribute Schedule II drugs)

According to Ard, LPSO was able to take a range of drugs off the streets with the bust, including crack cocaine, heroin and meth.

"This is a non-stop fight. We will continue putting pressure on those who choose to deal drugs around our families," Ard said. "We are committed. If you sell drugs in Livingston Parish, expect a visit from the LPSO."

The Denham Springs Police Department and Louisiana State Probation and Parole also assisted LPSO in the arrests Thursday.

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