Oh no! Another naked man nabbed in the Parish - SAY COPS
It’s the third case of an alleged naked man handled by cops this year.
Walker denies the charge, but the sheriff’s “incident report” states that Thompson did see her neighbor outside with no clothing, and she told deputies that she felt offended and could see his naughty bits.
Sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Pat Yoes says a first conviction for obsenity carries a fine of $1000 to $2500, or less than six months in jail with no hard labor.
•Kerri A. Mohon, 38, of 815 Fonda St. in Paradis was arrested on Oct. 15 at U.S. 90 West at 2nd St. and charged with a DWI, reckless operation, hit and run, and careless operation.
•Vernon D. Thomas Jr., 39, of 12715 U.S. Hwy. 90 in Boutte was arrested on Oct. 14 and charged with a DWI, reckless operation, and driving under suspension.
•John F. Tuckson, 42, of 2649 Tipton St. in Kenner was arrested on Oct. 7 at U.S. Hwy. 61 and Ormond Blvd. and charged with a DWI, reckless operation, possesion of cocaine, and possesion of drug paraphernalia.
•Chester O. Jemison, 49, of 3244 Castinglione St. in New Orleans was arrested on Oct. 7 at Delta Dr. in St. Rose and charged with possesion of crack cocaine, possesion of marijuana, destruction of the peace by intoxication, and was also wanted by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.
•Chris A. LaRousse, 25, of 428 Sharon St. in Boutte was arrested on Oct. 8 at the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center and charged with attempted second degree murder.
•Karen O. Ruiz, 32, of 159 W. 13th St. in Reserve was arrested on Oct. 10 at the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center and charged with theft, forgery, and identity theft.
•Carl A. Ostrowski, 40, of 153 Clement St. in New Sarpy was arrested on Oct. 11 at the 100 block of Troxclair Lane and charged with possesion of cocaine, simple criminal damage, and attempted simple escape.
•Donald J. Sardenga Sr., 61, of 345 West Easy St. in New Sarpy was arrested on Oct. 11 at the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center and charged with molestation of a juvenile.
•Tires were punctured on vechiles on Oct. 15 in Destrehan at the following addresses: 132 Ducayet Dr., 113 Seven Oaks Dr., 113 S. Beauregard Lane, 106 Seven Oaks Ct., 107 S. Beauregard Dr., 105 Seven Oaks Dr.
•A 1997 Ford Mustang , valued at $7000, was stolen from 15909 LA 18 in Hahnville on Oct. 6.
•A freestyle bicycle, valued at $400, was stolen from 12807 Hwy. 90 in Luling on Oct. 8.
•A 2000 Dodge Dakota, valued at $5000, was stolen from 12275 U.S. 90 in Luling on Oct. 14.
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