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LPD Makes Bust at Hotel

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LAUREL -- Three residents are behind bars for drugs.  Police arrested Heather Cooley Hill, 35, Labon Robicheaux, 35, and Adrian Windham, 39, on Friday.

LPD was responding to a disturbance call at Townhouse Motel.  They encountered several individuals having a party in a hotel room, and a short investigation lead them to the drugs.

Police confiscated meth, ecstacy, oxycodon, pills and an undisclosed amount of cash.

The three are charged with possession of controlled substance with intent to sale.

"We're just happy that we can get these individuals off of the street and this amount of narcotics off of the street before they fall into the hands of children or someone else in the community," Sgt. Michael Reaves said.

This bust came from a simple disturbance call, Reaves noted, and he urges the public to continue to report suspicious activity to police. 

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