SEVEN CHARGED IN MULTI JURISDICTIONAL DRUG INVESTIGATION
NAPOLEONVILLE – Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon reports the arrest of Clifford Harris, 48. of 150 Pecan Street, Napoleonville, LA, on felony charges related to a multi-jurisdictional investigation which included Assumption Parish.
A total of seven suspects were arrested as a result of the major investigation which commenced in 2018 in St. Mary Parish.
As the investigation continued, it crossed into other jurisdictions which necessitated the assistance of Louisiana State Police.
Those arrested are as follows:
*Clifford Harris, 48 of Napoleonville, LA
*Lamar Weeden, 48, of Parks, LA
*Willie Alfred, Sr., 41, of Jeanerette, LA
*Kim Butler, 39, address unavailable
*Leroy Hawkins, 54, address unavailable
*Leon Williams, 64, address unavailable
*Kurwin Webb, 46, address unavailable
Lamar Weeden was charged on counts of:
*Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine
*Proceeds Obtained in Illegal Drug Transactions
Weeden was booked into the St. Martin Parish Detention Center.
Willie Alfred, Sr. was jailed on charges of:
*Distribution of Cocaine – 3 Counts
*Distribution of Meth-Amphetamine
Alfred was booked into the St. Mary Parish Jail.
Clifford Harris was arrested in Assumption Parish and was transferred to St. Mary Parish on charges of Racketeering.
Kim Butler, Leroy Hawkins, Kurwin Webb and Leon Williams were all booked into the St. Mary Parish Jail on charges of Racketeering.
During the investigation, agents seized over $50,000 in U.S. currency.
Participating agencies were Assumption, St. Mary, St. Martin and Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Offices, Louisiana State Police, Homeland Security Investigations, Customs and Border Protection and the Louisiana National Guard Counter Drug Program.
The investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are imminent.
For additional information concerning this News Release, contact Sheriff Leland Falcon or Public Information Officer, Lonny Cavalier at 985-369-7281.