•Brian D. Joseph, 62, of 100 Ormond Meadows Drive in Destrehan, was arrested on Nov. 21 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
•Steve A. Navarre, 32, of 51122 Jenkins Lane in Tickfaw, was arrested on Nov. 22 and charged with illegal possession of stolen things, theft under $300 and possession of Marijuana.
•David Watson, 45, of 121 Wegner Road in Des Allemands, was arrested on Nov. 23 and charged with D.W.I., speeding and suspended driver’s license.
•Roger Hamilton, 21, of 16620 Highway 90 in Des Allemands, was arrested on Nov. 10 and charged with distribution of SCH II CDS to wit Crack Cocaine (2 cts.) and principle to distributing a SCH II CDS to wit Roxicodone.
•David W. White Jr., 34, of 167 Annex St. in Destrehan, was arrested on Nov. 25 and charged with D.W.I., open container and improper control of vehicle.
•Stephen D. Louviere, 40, of 10 Zee Ann Drive in Luling, was arrested on Nov. 26 and charged with D.W.I. and simple obstruction of highway.
•Timothy D. Alexander, 51, of 415 First St. in Lockport, was arrested on Nov. 25 and charged with D.W.I., improper control of vehicle and no seat belt.
•Richard E. Sumlin Jr., 53, of 207 Sellers Ave. in Luling, was arrested on Nov. 27 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
•Dardie D. Oubre, 56, of 9801 Hawthorne Ave. in River Ridge, was arrested on Nov. 27 and charged with D.W.I., not driving in a single lane of traffic and open container.
•Rachel N. Marcotte, 21, of 116 Edna Drive in Des Allemands, was arrested on Nov. 27 and charged with D.W.I., improper control of vehicle, resisting an officer, battery on a police officer and open container.
•Assorted fishing equipment, a PlayStation2 and assorted games were stolen from 157 Belsome St. in Ama on Nov. 21.
•A laptop was stolen from 297 2nd St. in St. Rose on Nov. 21.
•A thermo probe, total value of $875, was stolen from 11842 River Road in St. Rose on Nov. 21.
•An outboard motor, total value of $2,500, was stolen from 389 Ash St. in Boutte on Nov. 21.
•Assorted copper wire was stolen from 16743 Highway 90 in Des Allemands on Nov. 18.
•Two auto batteries and assorted aluminum wire were stolen from 201 LA 3141 in Killona on Nov. 18.
•A handgun, tool bag and assorted U.S. currency were stolen out of a vehicle at 13527 River Road in Luling on Nov. 19.
•A power saw was stolen from 101 Peter Lane in St. Rose on Nov. 19.
•Two cases of beer and five bottles of wine were stolen from 15315 LA 18 in Hahnville on Nov. 22.
•Assorted jewelry was stolen from 327 Riverwood Drive in St. Rose on Nov. 22.
•Assorted U.S. currency, a Nintendo DS, laptop computer, PlayStation 2, a pair of tennis shoes and assorted games were stolen from 300 William St. in Boutte on Nov. 22.
•A bicycle, an electric wheel chair, a foot massager and regular wheel chair were stolen from 366 First St. in St. Rose on Nov. 22.
•A 52" TV, total value of $850, was stolen from 900 Kinler St. in Luling on Nov. 25.
•Assorted tractor equipment was stolen from Schoolhouse Road at Railroad Ave. in Killona on Nov. 23.
•Four tires and rims were stolen off of a vehicle at 133 Montpelier Drive in Boutte on Nov. 23.
•A small table safe, assorted jewelry and checks were stolen from 162 Crooked R Lane in Ama on Nov. 23.
•Five show knives, total value of $1,000, were stolen from 546 Giacomo St. in Norco on Nov. 23.
•Assorted copper was stolen from 11842 LA 48 in St. Rose on Nov. 23.
•Four tires and rims were stolen off of a vehicle at 120 Montpelier Drive in Boutte on Nov. 23.
•Assorted jewelry, two pocket knives, assorted guns, a PlayStation 3, two controllers and assorted games were stolen from 243 Mimosa Ave. in Luling on Nov. 26.
•Assorted copper was stolen from 12188 River Road in St. Rose on Nov. 26.
•Two iPods and two GPS navigation systems were stolen out of a vehicle at 232 Dianne Drive in St. Rose on Nov. 26.
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