An investigation by the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Louisiana State Police culminated earlier this week when a search warrant was served at a residence located at 1201 Oak Avenue in Bogalusa. Narcotics officers from both agencies, assisted by officers from the Bogalusa Police Department and Sheriff’s Office detectives and patrol deputies, made a forced entry into the residence after the resident slammed the door in their face. Once inside, the officers encountered Kekouya Dakonya Jackson, 40, who was holding a small caliber pistol which he immediately threw onto a nearby sofa before he was taken into custody. During the search of the residence, officers discovered two additional weapons plus a large quantity of heroin, methamphetamine and Suboxone, some of which was packaged for sale. The narcotics and weapons were seized and Jackson was arrested and transported to the Washington Parish Jail. Jackson was booked into the jail on charges of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, resisting an officer, three counts of possession of illegal drugs with intent to distribute, possession of illegal drugs, two felony counts of failure to appear in court and two misdemeanor counts of failure to appear in court. Due to his failure to appear in court on several prior occasions, Jackson must appear before a 22nd Judicial District Court Judge before he is eligible for bond release.