By Bonnie Culverhouse
A south Webster Parish man who was present but not involved in a domestic dispute, was arrested by Webster Parish Sheriff’s deputies on drug charges.
Brian W. Jackson, 42, of the 500 block of Central School Rd., Dubberly, is charged with possession of methamphetamines and as a fugitive from Minden Police Department.
Sheriff Jason Parker said Sgt. Josh McCormick and deputies Spencer White and Buster Flowers were dispatched to a Thompson Place residence in reference to a possible domestic dispute.
“Deputies talked to the female complainant and then placed her in a patrol car to take her to a motel,” Parker said. “As deputies were checking a car in the driveway, a white pick-up truck began to leave the scene.”
Deputies reportedly stopped the vehicle, and it was later determined the male driver was not involved in the domestic dispute.
“Before that, though, he was patted down for weapons,” said the sheriff. “In his left pocket of his gym shorts, Deputy White felt a baggie which, when removed, contained a white crystal substance. Jackson said the meth was not his – that he had just put on those shorts.”
Deputies checked Jackson for warrants and learned he was wanted by MPD. He was reportedly arrested for possession of 7.5 grams of methamphetamine. He was transported to Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center for booking.
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