WILDLIFE AGENTS MAKE DRUG ARREST ON DEWEY WILLS W.M.A.

Release Date: 11/22/2005

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents booked a Marksville man into the Catahoula Parish jail for alleged possession of marijuana on Dewey Wills Wildlife Management Area on Nov. 2. 


Agent Robbie Mayo stopped Jacob Paul Gullett, 19, for a WMA rules and regulations violation and found him to be in possession of a substance the agents suspected was marijuana.  The substance and rolling papers were seized as evidence.


First offence possession of marijuana carries maximum penalties of a $500 fine and six months in jail, or both plus court costs.  Violating rules and regulations on a WMA carries maximum penalties of $350 in fines and 60 days in jail, or both plus court costs.


Agents participating in the case were Agent Robbie Mayo, Sgt. Brian McDowell and Sr. Agent Brandon Miller.


EDITORS: For more information contact Lt. Col. Keith LaCaze at klacaze@wlf.louisiana.gov or 225-765-2469.