Arrests (Nov. 21)

From staff and wire reports
November 22, 2013 at 9:39 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

•Terron Ingram, 42, of 153 Boutte Estates Drive in Boutte, was arrested on Nov. 12 and charged with theft of goods less than $500, resisting an officer and entry/remain after forbidden.

•Monisha Wesley, 34, of 413 Magnolia Ave. in LaPlace, was arrested on Nov. 13 and charged with three counts of worthless checks - $100, worthless checks under $500 and worthless checks $100-500.

•Brennen LeBlanc, 19, of 120 Laurel Court in Luling, was arrested on Nov. 12 and charged with two counts possession/distribution of a pharmaceutical drug.  

Thefts

•A laptop computer valued at $2,000 was stolen from 7 E. Levert Drive in Luling on Nov. 3.

•A 55-inch flat screen TV was stolen from 340 Post St. in Killona on Oct. 31.

•A GPS unit, a pistol, a rain coat, a bag, a book and a thumb drive were stolen from a vehicle at 3 East Levert Drive in Luling on Nov. 4.

•Assorted tools, home theater equipment, a espresso machine and a coffee machine were stolen from 118 Judy Court in Montz on Nov. 4.

•Assorted donated items were stolen from 1601 Paul Maillard Road in Luling on Nov. 4.

•Assorted jewelry, a laptop and a crack barrel 410 shotgun were stolen from 131 Sharon Ave. in Boutte on Nov. 3.

•A laptop computer was stolen from 7 E. Levert Drive in Luling on Nov. 3.

•Assorted jewelry and a money clip were stolen from 200 Savanna Drive on Nov. 4.

•An intake manifold setup from a vehicle’s driver seat and a windshield were taken from a vehicle parked at 1209 Gassen St. in Luling on Nov. 14.




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