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 Sherriff Eddie Soileau has implemented a new investigative program
within the Criminal Investigations Division, which led Investigators
with the Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Department to the Turkey Creek
area of the parish in search of the operation of a clandestine lab,
also known as a meth lab.  On September 7, 2011, Investigators made
contact with two of the suspects, Justin Derrick Clark and Jody Les
Clark, specifically identified utilizing this new program put into
place by Sheriff Eddie Soileau.  Although the actual lab was not
located, both subjects were arrested and one was formally charged with
possession of a schedule II narcotic, meth.

Sheriff Eddie Soileau stressed, “This illegal conduct will not be
tolerated, and we will continue to update this department with new
technology, like this system, to provide the community with a safe and
drug free environment.”  Sheriff Eddie Soileau has also recently
implemented a program to track illegal guns and said “Guns are
becoming more and more available to young children in the parish and
this new program will help law enforcement identify the firearms and
trace them back to their original owners.”

The sheriff reminds residents they can be a valuable tool to law
enforcement by reporting any suspicious activity. He said it’s always
better to call the Sheriff’s Office if you believe something illegal
may be occurring in your area. Soileau thanked the community for its
continued support and encouraged the public to continue to report
illegal activities. He said all callers will remain anonymous.

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