Sheriff T.N.T. Agents and Patrol Deputies arrest three different men in two nights for various drug charges in Sabine Parish.
Fred James Moss (age-51) (Pictured top left) of Hemphill, Texas was arrested on the night of August 13, 2021 by the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Tactical Narcotics Team.
T.N.T. Agents stopped Moss’s vehicle for a traffic violation in the City of Many. Moss told Agents he did not have a driver’s license. After a short investigation, Agents located approximately 31 grams of suspected methamphetamine under the seat of the truck.
Moss was booked into the Sabine Parish Detention Center for Possession with intent to distribute schedule II (Meth), Switched license plates, Unsafe vehicle, Modified exhaust, Driver must be licensed.
Moss’s bond was set at $10,000 and he bonded four days later.
Dajohn Maxwell Hymes (age-28) (Pictured top right) of Natchitoches was arrested on the evening of August 14, 2021.
Deputies stopped Hymes’ vehicle for passing in a no passing zone and speeding on La Hwy 6 east of Many. Deputies located a 20-month-old child unrestrained in the front passenger seat. Further investigation led Deputies to locate and seize a small amount of suspected marijuana, several pills, approximately one pound of synthetic cannabinoids, two measuring scales and a .40 caliber handgun.
Hymes was booked into the Sabine Parish Detention Center for Distribution or possession with intent to distribute schedule I (Synthetic Cannabinoids), Possession of schedule I (Marijuana), Possession of schedule II, Possession of drug paraphernalia, Illegal use of CDS in the presence of persons under 17, Possession of firearm by a convicted felon, Possession of firearm while in possession of CDS, No passing zones, General speed law, Driver must be licensed, Expired MVI, Child passenger restraint system, Vehicles without required equipment or in unsafe condition.
Hymes’ bond was set at $15,000 and he bonded four days later.
Orlando Travon Sloan (age-28) (Pictured bottom center) of Florien was arrested on the night of August 14, 2021 by Patrol Deputies and T.N.T. Agents.
Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle Sloan was driving for a traffic violation on LA 191 near Turtle Beach Road, but he refused to stop. Deputies pursued Sloan’s vehicle south where they observed something thrown from the vehicle near LA Hwy 476. Sloan then turned on LA Hwy 474 where he traveled a short distance and ran from his vehicle into the woods. Sloan was quickly located and taken into custody. Deputies went to the location where something was thrown from the vehicle and located approximately 17 grams of suspected methamphetamine, a glass smoking device and measuring scale.
Sloan was booked into the Sabine Parish Detention Center for Possession with intent to distribute schedule II (Meth), Possession of drug paraphernalia, Intentional littering, Aggravated flight from an officer, Reckless operation of a vehicle, Resisting an officer by flight, Improper lane usage, Driving under suspension.
Sloan’s bond was set at $10,000 and he remains in jail at this time.
Sheriff Aaron Mitchell commends these Deputies on their hard work, persistence and determination when investigating and arresting these drug users and dealers in the parish. It seems like a never-ending task at times, but Sheriff Mitchell has formed an aggressive, well-trained team of Deputies to help him fight the illegal narcotic problem in Sabine Parish.
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