BAYOU L’OURSE-Assumption Parish sheriff’s deputies arrested a man accused of operating a meth lab at 211 Cecelia St. in Bayou L’Ourse, according to a news release from Sheriff Mike Waguespack.

Jason Boudreaux, 32, of 128 Pond Drive, Bayou L’Ourse, has been booked with creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory, possession of drug paraphernalia, and use of methamphetamines in the presence of an infant who was at the house when the search warrant was executed Monday night, according to the release.

The child’s mother, Kasie L. Dubois, 29, of 136 Oak Forrest Drive, Gibson, was also arrested and booked with possession of Xanax and drug paraphernalia.

Boudreaux and Dubois were being held at the Assumption Parish Detention Center. Bond had not been set, according to the news release.

The Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force put the house under surveillance and obtained the warrant after receiving a tip that drugs were being distributed at the Cecelia Street residence, the release stated.

Deputies also were looking for the owner/occupants of the 211 Cecelia St. residence, identified by the Sheriff’s Office as Lucien Aucoin, 49, and his daughter, Christina Aucoin, 24.

The Sheriff’s Office has issued warrants for both father and daughter on counts of operating a clandestine lab, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of meth.