CROWLEY, La. (KLFY) An overdose investigation has left aN Oberlin man dealing with federal costs after police situated narcotics and a number of weapons inside his car. Jeremy Leblanc is dealing with the medication and weapons costs stemming from a search of his car late Saturday evening the place his spouse and 4 youngsters, ages 12, 10, 2 and a one month previous had been inside.
In line with Police Chief Jimmy Broussard, police had initially responded to a male who had overdosed contained in the car.
As police started their search, Broussard stated, Leblanc’s spouse advised police that there have been narcotics within the cup holder and loaded firearms within the car.
He stated police discovered powdered cocaine together with fentanyl, and two 9mm handguns and a Ak47 rifle chamber in 5.56X45.
The Ak-47 was situated within the 10-year-old boy’s lap with the weapon on hearth, Broussard stated.
He stated as police tried to soundly take away the weapon from the kid’s possession, the boy refused at hand it over and a wrestle ensued.
“This weapon was dwell and fortunately our officers are educated for moments corresponding to these, and so they did all the pieces proper,” Broussard stated.
“If one factor would have gone mistaken and that weapon would have discharged, everybody inside that car, and close to the scene would have been killed.”
After the wrestle, Broussard stated, police had been capable of take possession of the weapon.
Leblanc was charged with possession of a firearm within the presence of a CDS (3 Counts) and unlawful use of a managed harmful substance within the presence of a juvenile (4 Counts)
The children had been taken to a neighborhood hospital, Broussard stated.
He stated he expects that OCS will probably be referred to as to take custody of the kids inside the coming days.