Bastrop is a city in and the parish seat of Morehouse Parish, Louisiana. The census back in 2000 stated it had a population of 12,988 and I am sure it has grown since then. Bastrop was a Confederate stronghold during the American Civil War. During the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, Bastrop was the site of a relief camp for refugees. During World War II it was the site of German prisoner-of-war camp. There have been attempts to diversify the economic base but it has met with very limited success; the area is becoming known as a center of retirement communities. In the last few years, the economy has all but collapsed because of the loss of key industries. Drugs are a problem in Bastrop. There is a need for drug rehabs in the city of Bastrop.
Earlier this year the Bastrop Police department and the North Louisiana Drug Enforcement Bureau executed a search warrant and from this action they seized more than three ounces of suspected marijuana and $4,500. The suspect in this incident was booked for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. On another incident just the day before one of the BPD detectives initiated a traffic stop and the driver took off running. Suspicions are high at this time so they did a search and found six ounces of marijuana on his person and over $200 cash in his possession. The driver was charged with possession with the intent to distribute. Drugs are everywhere in Bastrop. They are harmful to many parts of our lives. Get help finding Bastrop Drug Rehabs. Something can be done about it.
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Bastrop Drug Rehabs
James W. Curlee, RAC
320 S. Franklin Street
Bastrop, LA 70714
Morehouse General Hospital
2045 East Madison Ave.