Lake Charles, LA –
On November 17, detectives with the Combined Anti-Drug Task Force (C.A.T. Team) with the assistance of the CPSO ACT-Team, executed a warrant at the home of Elliot J. Allison, 55, 3227 Aster Street, Lake Charles, after a two month narcotics investigation revealed drug activity at the home. During the investigation detectives learned Allison had distributed approximately 46 grams of cocaine from his residence.
Upon execution of the search warrant, detectives located Allison, along Jacquetta N. Brown, 35, Lake Charles, and two additional men at the residence. Once inside the residence detectives seized 1.2 pounds of powder cocaine; 17.22 grams of crack cocaine; 5 dosage units of hydrocodone; 2.2 pounds of marijuana; 36.96 grams of synthetic marijuana; equipment used to manufacture crack cocaine; and $6,493. The total estimated street value of the illegal narcotics seized is approximately $23,000.
Allison and Brown were arrested and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center. They are charged with possession of CDS I with intent to distribute (marijuana); possession of CDS I with intent to distribute (synthetic marijuana); possession of CDS II with intent to distribute (cocaine); possession of CDS II with intent to distribute (crack cocaine); possession of CDS II (hydrocodone); operation of a clandestine laboratory; possession of drug paraphernalia; and money laundering transactions involving proceeds of criminal activity. Allison is additionally charged with 4 counts of distribution of CDS II; his total bond is set at $312,000. Judge Kendrick Guidry set Brown’s bond at $31,500.
The two additional men located at the home were arrested and released on a misdemeanor summons; one for possession of CDS I (synthetic marijuana) and the other for possession of drug paraphernalia.
During the course of the initial investigation detectives learned Allison is currently on parole until July 2027 for firearm and drug related charges. It was also discovered Brown is on probation until October 2024 for drug related charges.
The Combined Anti-Drug Task Force is a collaborative effort, comprised of law enforcement officials from local, state and federal agencies, aimed at ceasing the trafficking of illegal substances in Calcasieu Parish.
An arrest is an indication that probable cause exists to believe the subject was involved in the offense alleged. A person is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.