Police make three arrests after finding meth and guns during traffic stop

Jarrick Augustine, Rolanda Conklin and Demone Davis

Officers in arrested three people in a vehicle stocked with methamphetamine and guns on Dec. 11, Orange Police Department Capt. Robert Enmon reports.  

According to Enmon, officers arrested 41-yer-old Jarrick Augustine for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, 33-year-old Rolanda Conklin on a warrant for possession of a controlled substance and 35-year-old Demone Davis for possession of a controlled substance after pulling over the trio and one other person following a traffic violation. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle at 3:08 p.m. for failure to signal a lane change, but the driver did not immediately pull over. After a short pursuit by officers with the Orange Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the vehicle stopped just east of the Adams Bayou service road bridge. A search of the GMC pickup truck driven by Augustine revealed more than 14 ounces of suspected methamphetamine and three handguns, along with suspected ecstasy and marijuana.

The fourth person was released without charges.