Parker & Bates Arrested
Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy, Colonel Terry Daigre, said that a Narcotics Investigation resulted in a search warrant being conducted on a local residence. Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Agents investigated information they received about illegal narcotic activity. Through the course of this investigation these Narcotics Agents obtained three separate arrest warrants on Kendall Parker Jr. (a 24-year-old black male) of 121 Wayne Ave. Houma, La. These warrants were for (3 counts of Distribution of Heroin, and 3 counts of Transactions Involving Drug Proceeds. This investigation also resulted in these Narcotics Agents obtaining a search warrant for the residence located at 121 Wayne Ave.
The search warrant was executed by Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division and S.W.A.T. Team during the early morning hours on Tuesday 4-16-19. Upon executing this search warrant Kendall Parker Jr. was located inside the residence and taken into custody in reference to the above-mentioned arrest warrants. Jacqueline Bates a (23-year-old white female), 206 Greenbriar Dr. Houma, La. was also located inside the residence.
During this search warrant Narcotics Agents recovered approximately 37 grams of Marijuana, some prescription pills, suboxone strips, a Glock 9mm handgun, $960.00 in U.S. Currency, and assorted drug paraphernalia.
Upon completion of this search warrant Kendall Parker Jr. was arrested in reference to the above-mentioned arrest warrants for three counts of Distribution of Heroin and three counts of Transactions Involving Drug Proceeds. Kendall Parker Jr. and Jacqueline Bates were both arrested for Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession with Intent to Distribute Oxycodone, Possession of Suboxone, Possession of Hydrocodone, Transactions Involving Drug Proceeds, and Possession of a Firearm While in Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance. They were both booked and jailed at Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex and remain in jail without bonds.
Col. Terry Daigre