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Terrebonne Parish Meth Dealer Sentenced to Serve 192 Months in Federal Prison

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – SPENCER ROUNDS, JR., a/k/a “BoBoy,” age 29, of Gray, La., was sentenced on May 17, 2023 to serve 192 months imprisonment followed by five years of supervised release by the Honorable Judge Lance M. Africk announced U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans.  ROUNDS and two co-defendants were charged in 2019, in a multi-count indictment by a federal grand jury with several narcotics offenses, including conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of a mixture or substance containing methamphetamine, distribution and possession with intent to distribute a mixture or substance containing methamphetamine, and felon in possession of a firearm.

According to court records, on May 13, 2019, the DEA Task Force in New Orleans learned that ROUNDS and a co-conspirator were in Los Angeles, California, preparing to ship methamphetamine via United Parcel Service (UPS).  Task Force officers identified two UPS parcels in the mail stream that arrived in Louisiana, one had been sent by ROUNDS.  Officers seized the parcel pursuant to a federal search warrant.  Inside, officers located vacuum sealed packages containing approximately 50 pounds of methamphetamine.  The vacuum sealed packages were further wrapped in dryer fabric softener sheets in an attempt to mask the methamphetamine’s odor.  A search of ROUNDS’s car revealed a Taurus Model PT111 G2 A, nine-millimeter caliber, semi-automatic firearm.  ROUNDS is a convicted felon and is prohibited from possessing firearms.

This prosecution was part of an extensive investigation by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF).  OCDETF is a joint federal, state, and local cooperative approach to combat drug trafficking and is the nation’s primary tool for disrupting and dismantling major drug trafficking organizations, targeting national and regional level drug trafficking organizations and coordinating the necessary law enforcement entities and resources to disrupt or dismantle the targeted criminal organization and seize their assets. 

This case was investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the United States Postal Inspection Service, the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office, the St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. The prosecution was handled by Assistant United States Attorney Maurice E. Landrieu, Jr. of the Narcotics Unit.


Shane M. Jones

Public Information Officer

United States Attorney's Officer, Eastern District of Louisiana

United States Department of Justice

Updated May 19, 2023

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