CROWLEY, La. (KLFY)— Police are looking for a Crowley woman who admitted to owning meth found in a search of a home she has no proof of living in, authorities said.
Crowley Police said they are looking for Jaylon Anderson, 20.
Authorities said Anderson has warrants for possession with intent to distribute crystal meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to a news release, agents with Crowley PD searched a residence with a warrant on June 16, in the “South Avenue G area” of the city.
Agents said upon entry into the residence they discovered a 12-year-old alone in the home.
A spokesperson with the Crowley PD said that agents also located several ounces of crystal meth during the search which they believed to belong to the male subject who lived at the house. The subject was at work at the time of the search.
Officers said Anderson came into the Police department later and gave a statement where she admitted that the crystal meth was hers. Police said there was no proof of her living at the residence.
A warrant was issued for Anderson but officials said attempts to locate her have been unsuccessful.
Police ask that if you know the whereabouts of Jaylon Anderson to please call either Crowley Police at 783-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 789-TIPS.