Marshall Grady Mosely, Jr.

Marshall Grady Mosely, Jr.

Two Lafayette men and a Lafayette woman were arrested after allegedly being found with drug paraphernalia and weaponry within a short distance of Fairlane Elementary School.

Kevin Newman, Marshall Mosely, Jr., and Sherry Holland all face multiple charges following the incident, which took place on Dec. 28.

According to the arrest report, Lafayette Police Department officers were dispatched to a residence in response to a potential domestic assault.

Upon arrival, the officers determined that Newman and Holland had struck one another, and the officers conducted an investigation of the residence.

The report states that the officers found 0.12 grams of methamphetamine, 7.05 ounces of marijuana, 15 used hypodermic needles, four digital scales, a cut straw with residue, multiple empty baggies with residue, a 9-millimeter pistol with ammunition, a plate with residue, three Morphine tablets and calibration for scales.

In addition, the residence was located 545 feet from Fairlane Elementary.

Newman was charged with the manufacture, delivery sale or possession of methamphetamines, the manufacturing of narcotics, possession of a firearm during a violation, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia, a drug-free school zone violation, and domestic violence.

His bond was set at $56,000 and his court date was slated for Feb. 13.

Mosely was charged with the manufacture, delivery, sale or possession of methamphetamines, the manufacturing of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a firearm during a violation, and a drug-free school zone violation.

His bond was set at $35,000, and his court date was slated for Feb. 13.

Holland was charged with the manufacture, delivery, sale or possession of methamphetamines, the manufacturing of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia, a drug-free school zone violation, simple possession, possession of a firearm during a violation and domestic violence.

Her bond was set at $55,000, and her court date was also slated for Feb. 13.