Last week, LPNET agents, along with Louisiana Tech police officers, contacted Jacob Collinson, 20, in Tech’s College of Business building in reference to a distribution of warrants that LPNET had for Collinson as a result of a previous narcotics investigation.
Collinson, of West Monroe, was advised of his Miranda Rights and searched. During the search, an agent found a foil pouch in his wallet. Collinson confirmed that tabs of LSD were inside the foil pouch.
Collinson was escorted to his vehicle and allowed to secure his backpack in the car. Agents asked Collinson if there was anything in the vehicle, and he responded there was a “packer” with a small amount of marijuana in the center console. An LPNET agent removed a wooden container that contained a metal smoking device and suspected marijuana residue.
The vehicle location and arrest both took place on the campus of Tech, which is a drug free zone. Collinson is believed to be a Louisiana Tech student.
Collinson was arrested for the warrants of distribution of scheduled I Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) for MDMA, more commonly referred to as molly, and LSD; violation of a drug free zone; possession of paraphernalia, and possession of a scheduled I CDS with intent to distribute.
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