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LSP Drug Bust

A cache of drugs with a street value estimated at $1.7 million - including more than 64 pounds of meth - was discovered after a traffic stop in Alexandria,State Policereported Saturday (Jan.28).  The arrest of the driver, who already was being investigated, led authorities to illegal narcotics in the car and in several houses, authorities say.  State Police identified the driver as Derrick Felton, 37, of Alexandria, and said the arrest culminated a month-long investigation into alleged illegal drug activity.  Felton, who was arrested Friday, was booked with possession with intent to distribute the $1.7 million in assorted narcotics.  He also was charged with resisting arrest by flight and failure to signal lane change, according to the police report.   The arrest led to the discovery of roughly 64 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, two pounds of heroin, two pounds of cocaine, and five pints of promethazine  syrup, an antihistamine and narcotic cough suppressant combination, authorities said.  Police say they also found more than $67,000 in cash.   More arrests are likely in the continuing investigation, according to the State Police report.   Several law enforcement agencies were involved in the investigation: The Louisiana State Police, Alexandria Police Department, FBI Central Louisiana Safe Streets Task Force, Louisiana Probation and Parole, United States Postal Inspector's Office, Pineville Police Department, Louisiana Army National Guard Counter Drug Unit, the Rapides Parish District Attorney's Office, and the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office. 

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