Iberville Parish traffic stop leads to drugs & guns seizure plus arrests

A lengthy joint investigation by the Iberville Parish Narcotics division, Baton Rouge Police Narcotics division and Ascension Parish Narcotics division resulted in the arrest of two individuals and a summons being issued to a third person.

The Iberville Parish Narcotics division stopped a vehicle driven by Justin LeBlanc of Belle Rose, along with his passenger Malcolm Oliver of St. Gabriel. The traffic stop resulted in a search warrant being executed at the residence of Malcolm Oliver and Rocquell Tillman located in St. Gabriel and ultimately the arrest of Oliver and Tillman.

Agents seized approximately three pounds of high-grade marijuana along with approximately 16 grams of crack cocaine and oxycodone pills. Agents also located and seized a .380 caliber pistol, .38 caliber pistol, .223 caliber rifle, 5.5×28 caliber pistol, and two 9mm caliber pistols and an assortment of ammunition. 

Oliver was arrested and booked into the Iberville Parish Jail on the following charges:

2cts possession with intent to distribute Schedule II narcotics;

possession with intent to distribute Schedule I narcotics;

possession of a firearm in presence of a controlled dangerous substance; and

possession of a firearm by convicted felon.

Tillman was arrested and booking into the Iberville Parish Jail on the following charges:

2cts possession with intent to distribute Schedule II narcotics;

possession with intent to distribute schedule I narcotics; and

possession of a firearm in presence of a controlled dangerous substance.

Justin LeBlanc was issued traffic citations and a summons for simple possession of marijuana and released.

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