After 11-MONTH Investigation, La. Cops Working With DEA Bust Teens For A Few Grams Of Marijuana, MDMA

The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office Narcotics Task Force, Houma Police Department, State Police Narcotics Division and the DEA working in cahoots for eleven months succeeded in busting a couple of teenagers for a few grams of marijuana, or as they call it, "high-grade marijuana," and a couple pills of ecstasy. 

Houma Today reports:

Five teens were arrested today and one man is wanted after an 11-month investigation ended in police seizing marijuana and other drugs from the suspects' homes and vehicles.

[...]Spencer Savoy, 20, 216 Malibou Drive, Houma, is wanted on two counts of marijuana distribution and one of principal to marijuana distribution, Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said. Agents found 8.9 grams of synthetic MDMA, a digital scale and a box of sandwich bags in his bedroom and 9.5 grams of high-grade marijuana in his vehicle.

Larpenter said the following were arrested on warrants for the following charges:

-- Austin Ferrill, 19, 104 Angelle Circle, Houma, two counts of marijuana distribution, two counts of principal to marijuana distribution, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was charged with obstruction of justice and a turn signal violation. 

Agents found .80 grams of marijuana, 10 capsules of synthetic MDMA and 11 hydrocodone pills in Ferrill's bedroom. His bond is $205,000.

-- Cameron Clement, 19, 221 Lake Mechant Court, Houma, one count of marijuana distribution. His bond is $35,000.

-- Jude Boudreaux, 19, 109 McAllen Drive, Houma, one count of marijuana distribution. Agents found 20 grams of high-grade marijuana in his vehicle. His bond is $50,000.

-- Gage Fontana, 19, 207 Malibou Drive, Houma, distribution and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. His bond is $60,000.

-- Dylan Brewer, 17, 200 South Ellendale, Houma, principal to marijuana. He was apprehended at 3902 Southdown Mandalay Road, and his bond is $35,000.
Here's a picture of the hardened criminals they busted:


Clearly, the faces of killers.

Notice they say they seized "high-grade" marijuana -- most marijuana these days is "high-grade," that means nothing. 

Fact of the matter is "high-grade" marijuana is said to be safer for people than "low-grade" marijuana as you smoke less of it to get the same high and therefor inhale less smoke into your lungs. Nonetheless, the DEA loves to use such inflated terms to make their actions seem less petty. 

These cops working together with the feds spent almost an entire year spying on these kids and this is all they could come up with, a few grams of pot, a few pills of MDMA and "a turn signal violation."

How much taxpayer money were these cops paid over this past year? In terms of value to taxpayers, this has produced nothing. In fact, it's a net drag on the economy as taxpayers will have to pay for their prosecution and potential imprisonment, the "investigation" which led to their arrests, and lose any tax money and value the kids would have created through work if they got real jobs -- all this because they dared to partake in the same drug admittedly used by the current President of the United States.