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Local, federal agents raid 2 LaPlace homes, arrest 4 – Cash, drugs & guns seized

Three LaPlace men and a juvenile male were arrested in connection to illegal gun possession and illegal drug activity in St. John the Baptist Parish after an early morning Wednesday raid.

Those arrested included Andrew “Dookie” Anderson, 38; June Carter, 34; Terrance “Charlie Brown” Davis, 33; and a 17-year-old male.

Andrew “Dookie” Anderson

New Orleans Field Division/Task Force Group 3, DEA Special Response Team and St. John Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Division executed the federal search warrant at Anderson’s residence in the 3000 block of Essex Avenue in LaPlace.

Terrance “Charlie Brown” Davis

During the search, Anderson was arrested without incident.

Agents located an AK-47 and three pistols, all fully loaded. Detectives also located approximately $35,000 vacuum sealed in Anderson’s dresser drawer, multiple pounds of synthetic marijuana and multiple bags of crack cocaine and heroin readily packaged for distribution.

June Carter

Meanwhile, officers also executed a federal search warrant Wednesday at Anderson’s secondary location in the 100 block of Davis Court in LaPlace. During the search of this residence, Carter, Davis and the juvenile were arrested without incident.

Agents also seized two loaded pistols from the bedrooms and additional illegal narcotics.

Anderson is in federal custody.

Carter, a convicted felon, was booked with possession with intent to distribute synthetic marijuana, illegal possession of stolen firearm, two counts of illegal carrying of weapon with a controlled dangerous substance, two counts of possession of firearm/carrying concealed weapon by a convicted felon (felony), possession with intent to distribute tramadol (felony) and possession with intent to distribute Xanax (felony).

He is being held in custody in lieu of a $100,000 bond. He has been arrested in St. John Parish more than 20 times since 2003.

Davis was booked with possession with intent to distribute synthetic marijuana, illegal possession of stolen firearm, two counts of illegal carrying of weapon with a controlled dangerous substance, possession with intent to distribute Tramadol (felony) and possession with intent to distribute Xanax (felony).

He is being held in custody in lieu of a $70,000 bond. Davis has been arrested more than 10 times in St. John Parish since 2004.

The juvenile was booked with possession with intent to distribute synthetic marijuana, illegal possession of stolen firearm, two counts of illegal carrying of weapon with a controlled dangerous substance, possession with intent to distribute Tramadol (felony) and possession with intent to distribute Xanax (Alprazolam) (felony).

He has been transferred to the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff Mike Tregre encourages residents to submit tips in reference to this ongoing investigation, as well as other illegal drug activity in the community, by calling the Sheriff’s Office TIPS line at 985 -359-TIPS.

Citizens can also submit tips at stjohnsheriff.org/submitatip.php.