Glenn Von Ross Convicted of Cocaine Possession, Intent to Distribute

On April 24, 2014 a jury convicted Glenn Von Ross of one count of Possession of CDS II (Cocaine) between 28-200 grams and one count of Possession of CDS I (Methylone) with Intent to Distribute.

Ross was convicted of possessing over 40 grams of Cocaine in different forms and over 70 capsules filled with Methylone, more commonly known as bath salts. The narcotics were discovered after the Lake Charles Police Department responded to a shots fired call on Boston Street in July of 2013. Ross was found in a vehicle that matched the description given by the caller.


Detective Shaun Touchet was the responding officer for the Lake Charles Police Department. Detective Jeremy Nunez with the Combined Anti-Drug Task Force (C.A.T.) was also called in to help with the investigation.


Judge David Ritchie set sentencing for August 29, 2014.
Assistant District Attorney Brett Gaspard prosecuted the case for the C.A.T. Division of the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office with the help of Assistant District Attorney Tony Fazzio.