•Reginald J. Cannon, 46, of 115 Maple St. in Hahnville, was arrested on Feb. 11 and charged with possession of cocaine.
•Darrell A. Flowers, 49, of 1609 N. Sugar Ridge Lane in LaPlace, was arrested on Feb. 10 and charged with principle to distributing SCH II CDS to wit crack cocaine.
•Shannon N. Savoy, 22, of 7833 Spruce St. in New Orleans, was arrested on Feb. 12 and charged with D.W.I., reckless operation, open container and driver’s license not on person.
•Johnell G. Majesty, 44, of 19471 Harry Reno Lane in Manchac, was arrested on Feb. 11 and charged with D.W.I.
•Joel D. Martin, 25, of 187 Apricot St. in LaPlace, was arrested on Feb. 16 and charged with theft of dogs.
•James H. Abram, 39, of 2100 College Drive in Baton Rouge, was arrested on Feb. 13 and charged with impersonating a public official, illegal carrying of weapons and illegal tint on a window.
•Nicholas A. Knight, 22, of 305 Giacomo St. in Norco, was arrested on Feb. 7 and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of Naproxin, possession of Flexeril, possession of Hydrocodone and possession of Xanax.
•Kevin A. Castro, 18, of 13 Ormond Place in Destrehan, was arrested on Feb. 16 and charged with distribution of marijuana, possession with intent SCH I - marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a stolen firearm and use of a firearm with a CDS.
•Cody B. Bourgeois, 18, of 1205 St. Charles Ave. in New Orleans, was arrested on Feb. 16 and charged with possession with intent, manufacturing, etc. of SCH I - marijuana.
•David P. Fritz, 38, of 126 Lakewood Drive 26 in Luling, was arrested on Feb. 17 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
•Brandon Armstrong, 21, of 165 2nd St. in St. Rose, was arrested on Feb. 15 and charged with armed robbery and aggravated battery.
•A men’s 15-speed bicycle, total value of $750, was stolen from 131 Oaklawn Ridge Drive in St. Rose on Feb. 13.
•A portable mig welder, total value of $665, was stolen from 921 Rue La Cannes in Luling on Feb. 13.
•A set of surround sound speakers and a receiver, total value of $550, were stolen from 218 Albania Drive in Luling on Feb. 13.
•Two cordless drills were stolen from 628 Marino St. in Norco on Feb. 11.
•A 1997 dump truck was stolen from 10326 Highway 61 in St. Rose on Feb. 10.
•A tool box with assorted work tools was stolen from 17000 Highway 18 in Hahnville on Feb. 11.
•An iPhone and case were stolen from 12985 Highway 90 in Luling on Feb. 11.
•A tail gate was stolen off of a truck at 737 Paul Maillard Road in Luling on Feb. 16.
•A laptop computer, back pack, flash drive and iPad were stolen from 18180 LA 628 in Montz on Feb. 15.
•A CD player and lug nuts for rims were stolen out of a vehicle at 13190 Highway 90 in Boutte on Feb. 15.
•Four speakers, an AM/FM radio/CD player and a box containing two subwoofers were stolen out of a vehicle at 200 Boutte Estates Drive in Boutte on Feb. 15.s
•Two WeedEaters were stolen out of a vehicle at 14485 LA 631 in Paradis on Feb. 15.
•About $233 was stolen out of a vehicle at 771 E. Terrace St. in New Sarpy on Feb. 2.
•Two generator radiators, 400 feet of welding leads and electrical cable wires were stolen from 10017 LA 48 in St. Rose on Jan. 28.
•A Ford F-250 tail gate was stolen from 15396 Highway 90 in Paradis on Jan. 28.
•A Saints jersey, audio receiver and three surround-sound speakers were stolen from 311 Talbot Drive in Luling on Jan. 29.
•A hog trap, total value of $500, was stolen from 10385 Highway 61 in St. Rose on Feb. 11.
•A flat-screen TV and assorted DVDs, total value of $1,500, were stolen from 136 Kinler St. in Boutte on Feb. 10.
•An iPhone and case, total value of $525, were stolen from 15 Elmwood Court in Destrehan on Feb. 10.
•A gas grill and grill cover, total value of $485, were stolen from 109 Valcour Lane in Destrehan on Feb. 10.
•A flat-screen TV, computer and assorted jewelry were stolen from 423 Bernard Ave. in Ama on Feb. 10.
•Three truck batteries, total value of $300, were stolen from 10105 River Road in St. Rose on Feb. 11.
•Two computers, total value of $3,000, were stolen from 103 Barrett Drive in Luling on Feb. 12.
•A 4-wheeler was stolen from 169 Wisner St. in Paradis on Feb. 12.
•A 2002 Camero was stolen from 62 St. Anthony St. in Luling on Feb. 12.
•A Weedeater, Shop Vac, and a set of golf clubs, total value of $700, were stolen from 219 River Village Drive in Destrehan on Feb. 12.
•A 40 caliber semi-automatic handgun was stolen from 11842 Highway 48 in St. Rose on Feb. 5.
•A diamond wedding ring was stolen from 22 Plantation Road in Destrehan on Feb. 3.
•A utility trailer and five I beams were stolen from 14287 Highway 631 in Boutte on Feb. 5.
•Two platinum dishes, total value of $3,938, were stolen from 149 Pintail St. in St. Rose on Feb. 6.
•A golf bag containing golf clubs was stolen out of a vehicle at 425 Turtle Creek in St. Rose on Feb. 6.
•Assorted jewelry, a 20" TV and a laptop computer were stolen from 701 Turtlecreek Lane in St. Rose on Feb. 7.
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