Justin Jeremy Cahoun (age-34) of Many was arrested at Timbers Apartments in Many early Sunday morning for several drug charges.
Sabine Parish Sheriff Patrol Sergeant N. Sandel and Deputy J. Bridges responded to a disturbance call at the apartment complex just after midnight. Deputies noticed Calhoun run from his parked vehicle towards the woods near the complex.
Deputies observed Calhoun throw a plastic bag when they caught up to him. Deputies discovered approximately 1 ounce of suspected methamphetamine, ½ ounce of crack cocaine, 3 ounces of marijuana, Clonazepam pills, and measuring scales in the bag. Deputies also found over $1000 cash in Calhoun’s pants pocket.
Deputies seized the narcotics, cash, and Calhoun’s 2018 gray Volkswagen Jetta. Calhoun had several prior narcotics arrests according to his criminal history record.
Calhoun was booked into the Sabine Parish Detention Center for Possession with intent to distribute schedule I (Marijuana), Possession with intent to distribute schedule II (Meth), Possession with intent to distribute schedule II (Crack Cocaine), Possession of schedule IV (Clonazepam), Possession of drug paraphernalia, Second or subsequent offenses, Flight from an officer.
No bond has been set at this time by the 11th Judicial District Court.
Sheriff Aaron Mitchell wanted to recognize Sgt Sandel and Deputy Bridges for their quick action in this case to get these illegal narcotics off the streets. Sheriff Mitchell also wanted to commend all his patrol deputies who are out in the parish 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to keep Sabine Parish citizens safe.
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