Rapides Parish, La — A man and woman have been arrested on meth charges after a traffic stop near Boyce.
On March 7, deputies with the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office Metro Division seized “blue” methamphetamine.
Detectives received information weeks ago referencing methamphetamine dyed blue in color and began an investigation. Intelligence gathered found that the meth was simply dyed, but highly sought because of the unusual color.
Deputies conducted a traffic stop near LA 1 and LA 8 in Boyce. The vehicle was occupied by Danny Dyzdyk, 40, and Kimberly Breland, 34.
Both Dyzdyk and Breland seemed extremely nervous; a search was conducted where just over a quarter ounce of blue methamphetamine was located.
Both subjects were taken into custody and transported to the Rapides Parish Detention Center and booked. Dydzyk is still in jail and Breland was released on a $10,250 bond. Metro Division Detectives advise the investigation is still ongoing.
“Just because poison (methamphetamine) is dyed a different color, it is still poison, and in this case, illegal,” said Metro Division Major Kris Cloessner.
Danny Ray Dydzyk Jr., 40, was charged with Possession to Distribute CDS II (Methamphetamine), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Warrant Failure to Pay Fine.
Kimberly Louise Breland, 34, was charged with Possession to Distribute CDS II (Methamphetamine) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.