Disturbance nets three arrests
From Enterprise Staff
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a call for service in reference to a disorderly conduct involving a weapon at a residence off of Windham Trail in the Indian Springs subdivision on March 2.
Deputies responded, but a suspect later identified as David Erick Roberds, 33 of Livingston, ran into the woods prior to their arrival. Deputies and detectives flooded the area searching for Roberds and located two additional subjects – Christine Marie Ferris, 32, and Ramon Joseph Lalumandier, 25, both of Livingston. Both subjects fled on all-terrain vehicles but were later found at their residence in the area of Ole Long Pull Road.
During the investigation, narcotics detectives obtained sufficient probable cause for the application of a search warrant on the residence. The search warrant was obtained and a search of the residence revealed marijuana, a firearm, a large amount of methamphetamine and items used to distribute the illegal narcotics.
Roberds was later found in the area near his residence and was arrested and charged with evading arrest or detention with a previous conviction. Ferris and Lalumandier were also arrested and transported to the Polk County Jail.
Ferris was charged with manufacture and/or delivery of a controlled substance, resisting arrest, search, and/or seizure, fleeing a police officer, possession of marijuana and operating an off-highway vehicle on a public roadway.
Lalumandier was charged with manufacture and/or delivery of a controlled substance, fleeing a police officer, possession of marijuana, driving while license invalid without proof of insurance and expired registration.
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