Baker police arrest man who sold marijuana to supplement income
BAKER, LA (FOX44) — On Monday morning, Dec. 9, detectives and members of the Baker Police Department Special Response Team served an active search warrant for narcotics at a residence on Chamberlain Avenue.
According to BPD police reports, SRT members entered the home shortly after 6:00 a.m. Officers cleared the residence and detained two occupants.
The two occupants were identified as Joseph Lee Chambers Jr., 48, and Tracy Lynn Tebbe, 44.
Detectives proceeded to search the residence and discovered a medium sized bag of marijuana, a wooden smoking pipe, a wooden storage container, and rolling papers in Tebbe’s purse. Tebbe was placed under arrest.
Tebbe later disclosed the location of additional marijuana that belonged to Chambers. Police found the additional marijuana in the guest bedroom.
They also discovered a digital scale. Chambers was then arrested.
Once at police headquarters, Chambers admitted that he started selling marijuana in August to supplement his income.
Tebbe and Chambers were booked into the EBRP Prison on charges of Possession with intent to distribute marijuana, Drug paraphernalia, and Possession of marijuana.