PORT ALLE, La. (WGNO) — A group of Florida residents traveling through Louisiana on Interstate-10 got caught with over half-a-million dollars worth of a designer drug called, Molly. It’s a white powder mix made up of heroin, meth and ecstasy.
Around 2 a.m. Tuesday troopers stopped two different cars near Port Allen for minor traffic violations. Upon an investigation authorities discovered they were working together.
About twenty-pounds of “Molly” with a street value of $500,000 was discovered in a duffel bag in one of the cars.
Tavis Williams, 32, Maurice Jackson, 43, Cecil Saddler, 53, and Wilhelmina Foster, 30, were arrested on traffic violations and drug possession charges.