PAINCOURTVILLE, La. (BRPROUD) — A man was captured in Assumption Parish on Thursday, Oct. 5. Steven Carcisse, 38, of Napoleonville was caught after trying to run away from an Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy. That deputy was given information about where Carcisse was located and proceeded to find him “at a residence in the 100 block of Daggs Street north of Paincourtville,” according to the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office.

APSO said Carcisse did provide “some resistance” but was arrested by the deputy. A search was conducted during which various drugs were seized including those listed below:

  • crack cocaine
  • less than 28 grams of powdered cocaine
  • one dose of oxycodone
  • three doses of hydrocodone
  • one dose of suboxone
  • seven doses of MDMA (Ecstasy)
  • drug paraphernalia
  • suspected marijuana

APSO said that the amount of “marijuana and crack cocaine was sufficient to constitute an intent to distribute.”

Carcisse remains in the Assumption Parish Detention Center on the charges listed below:

Warrant – driving under a suspended license

  • improper use of multi beam road lighting equipment
  • resisting an officer
  • aggravated flight from an officer

Warrant – resisting an officer

Warrant – failure to appear on charges of distribution of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance

Warrant – failure to appear on charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

Warrant – failure to appear – aggravated flight from an officer

New charges were added after the arrest of Carcisse on Thursday night, and they are listed below:

  • possession with intent to distribute marijuana
  • possession of cocaine
  • possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine
  • possession of hydrocodone
  • possession of oxycodone
  • possession with intent to distribute MDMA (Ecstasy)
  • possession of suboxone
  • possession of drug paraphernalia
  • resisting an officer with force or violence
  • resisting an officer

The Napoleonville man is being held on a $295,000 bond.