Juan P. Cabrera, 12 St. Carlos St., Jefferson, was arrested March 7 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
Kristen Feinberg, 24, 125 Swift Water Dr., Moselle, MS, was arrested March 9 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
Brent Hetzler, 30, 2020 Hester Dr., LaPlace, was arrested March 10 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation of motor vehicle, hit and run, and driving under suspension.
Frank Harvey, 36, 1700 Van Arpel Dr., LaPlace, was arrested March 9 and charged with D.W.I and reckless operation.
Leslie F. Walgamotte, 57, 135 Michael St., Ama, was arrested March 2 and charged with possession of methadone, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being a fugitive of the JPSO.
Sam Christopher, 20, 617 Magnolia Ridge Rd. Lot #1, Boutte, was arrested March 4 and charged with sexual battery after allegedly fondling a 24-year-old Hahnville woman.
Vincent Dileo, 63, 20005 Greenwell Springs Rd., Greenwell Springs, was arrested March 6 and charged with insurance fraud after he allegedly filed a fraudulent invoice to a State Farm Catastrophic Claim Unit that was operating out of St. Charles Parish.
Lionel Maxon, 39, 849 Apple Street, Norco was arrested March 11 and charged with theft after he allegedly stole $300 from a residence.
Chelsea Elaine Brown, 20, 325 Woodland Ct., Boutte, was arrested March 12 and charged with aggravated battery and simple burglary after he allegedly pried open the driver’s side of the victim’s vehicle and began to slash at the back seat with a pocket knife.INCIDENTS
Assorted limestone was stolen March 5 from 101 Riverbend Dr., St. Rose.
Two individuals robbed a man of his wallet at gunpoint March 4 at 13001 U.S. 90, Boutte.
Assorted jewelry, U.S. currency, 100 collectible Nascar miniature cars and baseball cards valued at $3,450 were stolen March 6 from 309 Maloney Rd., Des Allemands.
A 1999 Ford F-250 valued at $6,500 was stolen March 7 from 15045 LA 18, Hahnville.
Assorted building materials, tools, and a can of paint were stolen March 7 from 131 Kennedy St., St. Rose.
Scrap alumina valued at $300 was stolen March 8 from 10632 River Rd., St. Rose.
Assorted guns and jewelry of an undetermined value were stolen March 8 from 178 Dunleith Dr., Destrehan.
A notebook computer, an X-Box, a Playstation 2, assorted games, six bottles of perfume and two watches of an undetermined value were stolen March 8 from 22 Belle Grove Dr., Destrehan.
Two diamond rings, a gold chain and a Smith & Wesson gun valued at $3,050 were stolen March 8 from 165 Villere Dr., Destrehan.
Stereo equipment valued at $955 was stolen March 8 from 149 Janet Dr., St. Rose.
A refrigerator valued at $499 was stolen March 10 from 53 Brandon Hall, Destrehan.
A 2006 Dodge Magnum valued at $21,000 was stolen from 197 Second St., St. Rose.
$200 was stolen from a locker March 9 from 12154 River Rd., St. Rose.
A boat, trailer, outboard motor, 15 gallon gas tank, and two boat seats valued at $10,560 were stolen March 9 from 64 Oakley Dr., Destrehan.
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