Multiple suspects arrested after traffic stop

Natchitoches Multi Jurisdictional Drug Task Force Agents conducted a Uniformed Tactical Operation (UTO) on June 26 in conjunction with officers from the Natchitoches Police Department (NPD) and deputies from the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office (NPSO). Three individuals were arrested for narcotics and weapons violations after a traffic stop at the intersection of Amulet and Second Streets for careless operation. During the course of the traffic stop, agents located an Olympic Arms AR-15 rifle in plain view where Robert D. Clark, 23 B/M, was seated. Upon further investigation, Clark was a convicted felon, thus prohibiting him from being around firearms. Clark was placed under arrest. After being placed under arrest, approximately 14.2 grams of suspected high grade marijuana was located on Clark’s person.

Subsequent to Clark’s arrest, Agents searched the vehicle. Located inside the vehicle were the following:

1- Glock 23 handgun, which was confirmed stolen through Hope, Arkansas
1- Taurus 9mm, which was confirmed stolen through the NPD.
Arrested during the investigation were the following:

Shaquille Robinson, 24, B/M of the 500 block of Payne St. for:
Possession of a stolen firearm

Robert D. Clark, 23, B/M of the 2100 block of Lakeview Apts. For:
2 counts of Poss. of CDS in the presence of a firearm
2 counts of Poss. of a firearm by a convicted felon
Possession of CDS I (Marijuana)
Possession of a Stolen Firearm

Omkeyma Thompson, 20, B/M of the 200 block of Johnson Loop for:
Possession of a stolen firearm

NMJDTF agents conducted a search warrant at the home of Shaquille Robinson in the 500 block of Payne Street in Natchitoches in reference to the above stated investigation.

Upon execution of the search warrant, Agents located the following illicit items:

Approximately 3.5lbs of suspected high grade marijuana, which has a potential street value of $23,500.
Approximately 1 lbs of suspected synthetic marijuana “mojo”
Micro Draco AK47 pistol
Ruger LCP (pink camo)
Bryco 380 handgun
SKS Norinco 7.62×39 rifle

Subsequent to the search warrant in the 500 block of Payne St investigation, the following individuals were arrested:

Shaquille Robinson, 24, B/M of the 500 block of Payne St was additionally charged with the following charges:

3 counts- Possession of a firearm in the presence of CDS
2 counts- Possession of CDS I (Marijuana/Synthetic Marijuana) w/intent to distribute

Brandon Edwards, 27, B/M of the 100 block of South Bend Dr. Edwards was charged with the following:

Resisting arrest
FTA Bench Warrant through NPD
Obstruction of Justice
Possession of CDS I (marijuana) w/intent to distribute

The Natchitoches Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force would like to thank the Citizens of Natchitoches for their support. Many times an investigation begins with a simple phone call or tip from a concerned citizen. For this reason the Task Force encourages all citizens to report any crimes in their neighborhoods anonymously by calling 318-357-2248, The Natchitoches Police Department, or the Natchitoches Parish Sheriffs Office.

15 thoughts on “Multiple suspects arrested after traffic stop

  1. they should let them do community service by helping with
    grounds keeping at new ball field save tax payers money.

    • That’s a good idea. But when nobody’s watching them, what kind of mischief will they be up to? Crowds of people are potential customers. We already know these 4 are most likely violent. Why else were they armed to the teeth? Maybe they’re part of a larger organization.

  2. I say we carry guns and shoot back just like in a western,some
    ole onery coot shoots and you kill him dead !! we got the saloons
    just need women .

    • So now when will they start working on some of those unsolved murders there in the city of Natchitoches case in point the 2 young men that was murdered there js

  3. Awww, come on, gentlemen. Can’t you tell those guns are for hunting? And these young men have the right to bear arms just like anyone else.

    I want Santa to put one of the little pink camo pea shooters in my stocking. How cute!

  4. Y’all keep saying retirement town but it’s also a college town. For Natchitoches to be thee oldest city in Louisiana it should be way better than it is.

  5. How scary to think that any vehicle that passes you on the street could be full of dope, guns, and drug heads just looking for something to get in to with the attitude “take these—we’ve got more.” The smirk on 2nd from left says it all— it’s a game, man. I’ve worked in a correctional facility—if you got out why would you risk going back ? Until there are consequences for repeatedly breaking the law, things will never change. Those individuals who choose not to follow rules need to be taken off the streets and placed where they no longer have the privilege to walk and interact freely with society. Our lives depend upon the job our law enforcement personnel do every day in taking these criminals out of our daily lives. We all need to do our part in reporting what we know and see in our own neighborhoods in order to do what we can to assist in this battle. Good job, law officers!

  6. The 2nd POS looks like he knows that nothing will happen to him and will be back out on the street in no time. The other guys are probably just mad that they will have to steal more guns again before they can start bangin around town. These dudes got shootings to get to!

  7. I take it none of these fine young men are Mensa members ? what
    a bunch of stupid people.Great job by all local agencies for all the great
    work you do !

  8. this is why we are the best little southern town to retire in.LOL
    we got guns,drugs,murders,and Front Street and fire works and
    a stupid ball park we don’t need or want.

    • Exactly! Grab a meat pie and keep your head on a swivel!!! We have to have more shootings per capita than most cities. It’s getting ridiculous.

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