Suspicious package leads to arrest of a Pearl River County woman
Picayune Police Narcotic Detectives intercepted a suspicious package on April 19th which was being mailed through a local business on Telly Road according to a press release from Picayune Police Department Assistant Chief Jeremy Magri.
Upon intercepting the package, Narcotic Detectives recovered a clear plastic bag containing 15 orange capsules believed to be Adderall 30 milligram which was concealed in a wadded up white piece of paper.
Through further investigation, it was learned that the suspect, identified as Stacy Masoner Simoneaux, of 661 Savannah Millard Road, Poplarville, had allegedly conspired to mail the package with the narcotic to an out of state source.
With this information, the Narcotic Detectives along with Pearl River County Sheriff’s Office Narcotic Investigators, made contact with Simoneaux at her residence according to Magri's press release.
Simoneaux was placed under arrest by the Picayune Police Narcotics Detectives for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell Within 1500 feet of a Church and Conspiracy to Sell a Controlled Substance Within 1500 feet of a Church. She was transported to the Criminal Justice Center, booked on the said charges, and incarcerated.