A Farmerville man is facing eight charges after law enforcement officers responded to a disturbance call at a Camp Road residence.
Farmerville police along with Union Parish sheriff’s deputies reported that Chico Haulcy, 37, of 311 Betty St., refused to leave the apartment when asked. When officers arrived, the homeowner let them in and they made contact with the suspect.
A Farmerville officer told Haulcy “to get on the ground” but he refused, Sheriff Dusty Gates said. Haulcy reportedly pushed the officer aside, ran out of the residence where he encountered a sheriff’s deputy and pushed him backwards.
Gates said a foot chase ensued and that Haulcy, who was being aggressive, was tased and placed under arrest. A search of the suspect turned up 27 Celexa pills (a legend drug); two Tramadol pills (Schedule IV); four Ecstasy pills (Schedule 1); and a clear plastic baggy containing suspected methamphetamine.
Haulcy was booked Jan. 30 into the Union Parish Detention Center on two counts of battery of a police officer; possession of Ecstasy, possession of Tramadol, possession of Celexa, resisting a police officer with force or violence by simple assault, possession of a Legend drug without a prescription and being a fugitive from justice. His bail was set at $62,500.
The sheriff said Haulcy also had active warrants with Farmerville police and the sheriff’s office.