Arrests (Feb. 6)

From staff and wire reports
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必eisha K. Davis, 41, of 1 Summerton Drive in St. Rose, was arrested on Feb. 3 and charged with DWI, reckless operation and open container.

•Vance J. Bourg, 53, of 5904 Louis 1st Ave. in Marrero, was arrested on Feb. 1 and charged with DWI, reckless operation, mirrors required and possession and distribution of a pharmaceutical drug.

•Edward Winn, 24, of 229 St. Anthony St. in Luling, was arrested on Jan. 31 and charged with DWI, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, speeding, expired driver’s license and as a fugitive from Kenner.

•Alexandra A. Waguespack, 24, of 29 Boimare Ave. in Kenner, was arrested on Feb. 2 and charged with DWI and improper control of vehicle.

•SergioaVigh, 21, of 2910 Old State in Avon Park, Fla., was arrested on Jan. 26 and charged with DWI and driving roadway lane of traffic.

•Dewayne E. Walker, 41, of 943 E. Macadoo St. in New Sarpy, was arrested on Jan. 27 and charged with DWI and reckless operation.


•A wallet containing assorted ID cards and cash was stolen from 27 Rosedown Drive in Destrehan on Feb. 1.

•A WiiU video game console and a 60-inch TV were stolen from 214 School House Road in Killona on Feb. 1.

•Assorted tools were stolen from 820 E. Hoover St. in New Sarpy on Jan. 31.

•A 1990 Chevrolet was stolen from 600 E. Club Drive in St. Rose on Jan. 30.

•A water heater was stolen from 1258 Paul Maillard Road in Luling on Jan. 30.

•A purse containing car keys, ID cards and cash were stolen out of a vehicle at 146 Myrtle Drive in Boutte on Jan. 30.

•Four tires and rims were stolen from 128 Riverview Drive in St. Rose on Jan. 30.

•Two TVs, a Wii, assorted groceries, a tent and a bicycle were stolen from 318 Almedia St. in Destrehan on Jan. 27.

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