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Undercover operation leads to the arrest of 4

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FARMERVILLE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - A month-long undercover operation has resulted in the arrests of four Ouachita Parish residents accused of transporting methamphetamine and cocaine into Union Parish.

Sheriff Dusty Gates said agents with the department's Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs with patrol deputies and detectives, along with some assistance from Metro Narcotics in Ouachita Parish, resulted in the four being arrested Tuesday.

In the first incident, Gates said Reggie J. Johnson, 38, of Montgomery Street, West Monroe, and Antonio T. Wilson, 36, of 17-A Johnson Circle, Monroe, reportedly transported 2.1 grams of suspected cocaine into Union Parish.

After the delivery was completed, agents and deputies made a traffic stop on Louisiana Hwy. 2 east of Farmerville on Wilson's vehicle. During the investigation, another .3 gram of crack cocaine was found that Johnson was accused of throwing out of the vehicle.

Johnson was originally booked for distribution of crack cocaine and possession with intent to distribute cocaine. Bond was set a $20,000. Wilson was booked for conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine. His bond on these charges was set at $20,000.

On Wednesday BNDD agents issued additional warrants against Johnson for distribution of Alprazolam and distribution of Hydrocodone. Bond on these charges was set at $20,000.

In the second incident, Natasha M. Boone, 42, and Joshua K. Millien, 24, both of Sunshine Estates, Lot 14, Hwy. 3033, West Monroe, were accused of transporting about 2 grams of meth into Union Parish.

When the delivery was completed, a traffic stop was made on Louisiana Hwy. 2 east of Farmerville on Boone's vehicle. During the stop, Gates said deputies found another .4 gram of meth on Boone's person. Boone and Millien were booked for conspiracy to distribute meth and distribution of meth. Bond for each was set at $20,000.

Then on Wednesday agents acquired additional warrants against the two. Millien was booked on a second count of conspiracy to distribute meth and Boone for distribution of meth. Their bonds were increased by another $10,000 each.

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