Sheriff's Reports

Staff Report
January 24, 2007 at 2:14 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

A 13-year-old Luling boy was booked on a charge of attempted first-degree murder, says the sheriff’s office, after he held a knife to his mother’s throat ...- threatened her with a gun ... tried to smother her with a pillow.

Boy, 13, tries to kill his mother

The woman broke free and called for help. The boy was being held at the Terrebonne Juvenile Detention Center.


Lisa Winslow, 40, of 142 Robert St., Ama was arrested for the possession oxycontin, possession of drug paraphernalia attachment. She was arrested on Jan 10.

Tabatha Peyronnin, 32, if 45101 Summerfield Rd., Prairieville was charged with a DWI for reckless operation of vehicle eastbound on U.S. 61.

Chandler Brian, 25, of 43122 Sycamore Bend Ave., Gonzales was arrested with simple burglary on Veterans Blvd on Jan 9.

Kasheena Pierre, 22, of 1730 LA 52, Boutte was arrested with aggravated battery on Jan 9.

Imani Davis, 24, of 99 Riverview Dr., St. Rose was arrested for first-degree murder on Jan 6.

Elmer Wall, 50, of 205 Fifth St., Bridge City as arrested for D.W.I, reckless operation, and suspended drivers license. He was charged on Jan 8.

Dominick Locatto, 20, of 105 Churchhill Downs, Montz was arrested for underage D.W.I, Reckless operation, resisting an officer on Jan 8.

Michael Knowles, 33, of 520 Kellog Dr., Luling was arrested for D.W.I and failure to stop when turning right on red. This incident happened on Jan 8.

Victor Flores, 33, of 861 Magnolia Ridge, Boutte was arrested on Jan 8 for D.W.I, reckless operation.

Kenneth Naquin, 29, of 225 Johnson St., St. Rose was arrested Jan 21 for aggravated battery. He was arrested at Bonura Dr., St. Rose.

Jerry Poche Jr., 27, of 112 PM Lane, Ama was arrested on Jan 20 for possession of Lortab and Marijuana and speeding.

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