On October 9, 2018, Brandon Harris of 150 Pecan St. Napoleonville, LA., age 34, pled guilty to Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Dangerous Substance, Production and Manufacture of a Schedule I Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, and Distribution of a Schedule I Controlled Dangerous Substance. This guilty plea was the result of a plea agreement with prosecutors following multiple arrests.
On June 27, 2016, deputies with the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office received information that illegal narcotics were being sold in the parking lot of a Napoleonville business. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with a male subject identified as Brandon Harris. While speaking to Harris, he attempted to flee on foot. After a short foot chase, Harris was apprehended. During a search of Harris’ vehicle, deputies located a quantity of Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine Extended Release pills. Harris was arrested and booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center.
In September of 2017, undercover narcotics agents under the direction of the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division purchased a quantity of marijuana from a male subject identified as Brandon Harris. This purchase was made as part of an on-going narcotics investigation targeting street-level drug dealers in Assumption Parish. Following the purchase, the narcotics were placed into evidence and a warrant of arrest was obtained for Harris. Harris was subsequently arrested and booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center.
On October 26, 2017, narcotics agents with the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant on a Napoleonville residence as part of an on-going narcotics investigation. During a search of the residence and vehicles on the property, agents located a quantity of illegal narcotics and firearms. As a result of the search warrant agents arrested two individuals identified as Brandon Harris and Wilbert Caldwell. Both subjects were booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center. Harris has prior felony convictions for narcotics related charges. Wilbert Caldwell remains incarcerated waiting trial.
Upon entering a guilty plea to the above-mentioned charges, as per the plea agreement with prosecutors, Harris was sentenced to 12 years with the Louisiana Department of Corrections with credit for time served.