I-20 traffic stop lands two men in jail for drug possession

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Louisiana State Troopers arrested two men for narcotics charges following a traffic stop on Interstate 20 in Bossier Parish.  The March 2nd traffic stop yielded Methamphetamine, Cocaine, and Marijuana.

StatePoliceLogoShortly before 11:00 a.m., Troopers stopped a 2015 Dodge Dart operated by 26-year-old Keandre Sibley of Lumberton, MS for a traffic violation on Interstate 20, just east of Bossier City.  After making the stop, Troopers identified the passenger as 25-year-old Gejuan Georgia also of Lumberton, MS and initiated a roadside investigation, which later led to a search of the vehicle for the presence of illegal narcotics.  During the search, Troopers discovered one half pound of Crystal Methamphetamine, 9 grams Cocaine, and 3 grams Marijuana.

At the conclusion of the search, Sibley and Georgia were arrested and transported to the Bossier Parish Jail, where they were booked for Possession with Intent to Distribute SCH II CDS, Simple Possession of SCH I CDS, and Conspiracy to Distribute SCH II CDS.

Louisiana State Troopers will continue to provide the citizens of Louisiana a safer community through proactive drug related enforcement and cooperative efforts with local and federal law enforcement agencies.  Troopers will target local and multi-state drug trafficking organizations by enforcing all state and federal laws governing the illicit manufacturing, distribution, sale, and use of drugs.