West Monroe police arrested Hunter William Pardue, 17, of 1123 Comanche Trail, in the parking lot of Ouachita Parish Alternative School on Friday night. According to an arrest affidavit, police were patrolling through the school’s parking lot when they observed a glass marijuana pipe on the console of Pardue’s truck.
After giving consent to search his truck, officers found two Hydrocodone pills, schedule III, three separate bags of suspected marijuana, one set of digital scales, one marijuana grinder, one glass pipe with suspected marijuana residue, approximately 24 cans of beer, several opened bottles of whiskey and one can of chewing tobacco.
During a search of Pardue’s person, officers located a fake Arkansas driver’s license with Pardue’s name and picture on it, but with a false date of birth. He said he purchased the fake license on the Internet so he could buy alcohol. Hunter said the marijuana, pills, scale, pipe, beer, whiskey and one can of tobacco belonged to him.
He was arrested and booked at Ouachita Correctional Center on charges of having schedule III narcotics on school property, unlawful use of driver’s license, possession of drug paraphernalia on school property, possession of tobacco by minor, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute on school property, unlawful possession of alcoholic beverages by person under 21 and having a controlled dangerous substance within 2,000 feet of a school.
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