A routine traffic stop Wednesday (April 18, 2018) by a member of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s
Highway Enforcement Unit resulted in a find of more than 10 pounds of suspected cocaine.
The driver of the vehicle, Rosa Siller (43) of Weslaco, Texas, told the deputy she was en route to Florida to pick up her grandparents and planned to bring them back to Texas, but a consensual search of the vehicle uncovered 10.4 pounds of suspected cocaine packaged and hidden inside the vehicle.
Siller was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule II CDS (Cocaine), Following Too Close, and Expired License Plate Registration.
“Our Highway Enforcement Unit has been very successful in making many proactive arrests and reducing the availability of dangerous drugs being dispersed in and traveling through St. Tammany Parish," Sheriff Smith said.