BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office received a tip about the potential sale of narcotics on Tuesday, November 29.

The narcotics were allegedly being sold out of a home on Byron St.

Members of the EBRSO S.C.A.T. Team made their way to the home in question and knocked on the door.

Antonio Walker, 47, of Baton Rouge opened the door and one of the members of the team saw “a torn clear plastic bag containing several dosage units of unknown pills,” according to the affidavit.

While this was going on, three other individuals left through the back door.

Those three individuals were identified as Cody Glasper, 32, of Baton Rouge, Trevis Glasper, 31, of Baton Rouge and Jeremiah Clark, 37, of Baton Rouge.

Cody Glasper ran away and was eventually captured behind a home on Evangeline St.

Glasper was searched and these items were found by deputies:

  • $100 cash
  • 2.7 grams of marijuana
  • 2.3 dosage units of Xanax bars
  • 25 dosage units of fentanyl

The other three individuals were read their Miranda rights and detained at the home on Byron St.

Trevis Glasper claimed that a BMW parked at the home next door belonged to him.

A further search was conducted and these items were seized by authorities:

  • Plastic bag containing 17 dosage units of Adderall
  • 20 Xanax
  • 17 Alprazolam
  • 2 Black digital scales
  • 13 dosage units of Sildenafil Citrate
  • Box of sandwich bags
  • False temporary license plate
  • Ak magazine with 8 live rounds
  • False Louisiana motor vehicle inspection stickers
  • Mini Draco A with 31 live rounds

All four suspects “denied having any involvement with anything inside the house,” according to the affidavit.

Prior to this arrest, Cody Glasper was convicted of a felony.

The four suspects were arrested and booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.

Their charges are provided below:

Antonio Walker, 47, of Baton Rouge:

  • Forgery Motor Vehicle Inspection Certificate
  • Illegal Carrying of Weapons (with CDS)
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Sale, Distribution, Or Possession Of Legend Drug Without Prescription Or Order
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule II
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule IV

Cody Glasper, 32, of Baton Rouge:

  • Forgery Motor Vehicle Inspection Certificate
  • Illegal Carrying of Weapons (with CDS)
  • Possession Of Firearm Or Carrying Concealed Weapon By A Person Convicted Of Certain Felonies
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Sale, Distribution, Or Possession Of Legend Drug Without Prescription Or Order
  • Possession of Marijuana
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule II
  • Possession of Schedule II
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule IV
  • Possession of Schedule IV

Trevis Glasper, 31, of Baton Rouge:

  • Forgery Motor Vehicle Inspection Certificate
  • llegal Carrying of Weapons (with CDS)
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Sale, Distribution, Or Possession Of Legend Drug Without Prescription Or Order
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule II
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule IV

Jeremiah Clark, 37, of Baton Rouge:

  • Forgery Motor Vehicle Inspection Certificate
  • Illegal Carrying of Weapons (with CDS)
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Sale, Distribution, Or Possession Of Legend Drug Without Prescription Or Order
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule II
  • Possession\Distribution Manufacturing Schedule IV

Antonio Walker is the only one out of the four suspects who remains behind bars in prison.