DEPUTIES INTERCEPT ECSTASY TRAVELING TO ALEXANDRIA; 1 ARREST MADE

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Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies arrested an Alexandria man during a traffic stop on Interstate-49 just south of Natchitoches on Saturday morning which resulted in the seizure of almost 300 ecstasy pills according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr.

NPSO Patrol Division deputies were patrolling on Interstate-49 on Nov. 17 at 10:45 pm when they clocked a 2018 Nissan Altima traveling southbound, Speeding 90 miles per hour in a posted 75 mph speed zone.

Deputies identified the operator of the vehicle as Steven Faulkner, 53 of the 3000 block of 6th Street in Alexandria.

Deputies say while conducting a NLETS computer check, they learned Faulkner’s drivers license was suspended.

Faulkner informed deputies that he didn’t know his drivers license was suspended but acted very uneasy and nervous leading deputies to believe criminal activity existed.

Deputies obtained permission to search Faulkner’s person and the vehicle.

During a search of the vehicle, deputies discovered 3 cellophane bags containing approximately 298 ecstasy pills.

Faulkner was placed under arrest, transported and booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with Possession of CDS Schedule I Ecstasy with Intent to Distribute, Speeding 90/75 and Driving under Suspension.

The seized narcotics will be submitted to the crime lab for narcotics identification and analysis, recent drug seizures of ecstasy has also shown the presence of methamphetamine.

Faulkner remains in the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center with bond set at $10,000 by a Tenth Judicial District Court Judge.

The vehicle was impounded.

Deputies say Faulkner was traveling from Texas to Alexandria and believe the intercepted narcotics was intended for distribution in Rapides Parish.

Deputy D. Caballero was assisted by Deputy D. Sowell in the arrest.

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5 thoughts on “DEPUTIES INTERCEPT ECSTASY TRAVELING TO ALEXANDRIA; 1 ARREST MADE

  1. Ugh, another guy transporting drugs arrested in our community. Thanks, NP Sherriff’s Patrol Officers Caballero and Sowell. I’m sure glad y’all are catching these losers. Wonder what’s going to happen if Faulkner gets out and his employer finds out he shorted him 2 pills? How much are 2 Ecstasy pills worth? And they may be laced with meth. How many people might have taken one not knowing it had meth in it and then died?

    SHAME ON YOU, STEVEN FAUKLKNER OF WHEREVER YOU CAME FROM! Wouldn’t it be great if we could alert the public that a convicted drug dealer lived in the neighborhood like we do for sex offenders? You wouldn’t let your kids go near a house where a sex offender lives. Why should we let our kids go near a house where someone is probably selling drugs?

    • I’m sure he wasn’t shorted 2 pills by the look of his eyes he ate 2 of them. Sad thing is x pills are always laced with meth or some speed substances. Drug addiction is real guys. Maybe it starts off as “fun” but when the addiction takes over its unreal the length people will go through. Knowing that a convicted drug dealer lives in the area doesn’t stop your kids from buying drugs. Teaching them about drugs, showing them the affects first hand is what defers them from that life. Be knowledgeable about drugs so that you can teach your children. Because witty social media comments doesn’t stop the epidemic in this generation!

    • What they are is human. Everyone makes grammar errors. But I’m sure since you have a masters in English maybe you should send in an application. Just read the story and be glad your getting the news so fast!

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