Arrests

From staff and wire reports

June 22, 2012 at 9:02 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

•Emmett Terrance Thomas, Jr., 47, who is listed as homeless, was arrested on June 14 and charged with 10 counts of simple burglary.

 

•Latasha S. Proyer, 32, of 179 Amelia St. A in Ama, was arrested on June 12 and charged with theft $500-1500 and an SCSO attachment.

 

•Kayla Ursin, 21, of 1273 Luling Estates Drive in Luling, was arrested on June 13 and charged with aggravated battery.

 

•Jennifer R. Englade, 39, of 136 Kliner Rd. in Des Allemands, was arrested on June 12 and charged with DWI, no tail lamps and obstruction of driver’s view.

 

•Leroy J. Johnson, 19, of 341 Magnolia Ridge Rd. in Boutte, was arrested on June 10 and charged with attempted robbery, armed robbery, illegal use of a firearm and an SCSO attachment.

 

•Jeremy W. Alexander, 19, of 501 W. Easy St. in New Sarpy, was arrested on June 9 and charged with simple burglary.

 

•Holly R. Petervary, 28, of 506 Diane Dr. in Luling, was arrested on June 8 and charged with DWI and reckless operation.

 

•Robert D. Assaf, 55, of 19334 Spyglass Hill Dr. in Baton Rouge, was arrested on June 8 and charged with DWI, speeding, swerving and open container.

 

•Jose Campos, 46, of 117 Oak St. in St. Rose, was arrested on June 10 and charged with DWI and speeding.

 

•Ronald Kraft, 61, of 2345 Michigan Ave. in Metairie, was arrested on June 10 and charged with DWI.




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