Sherrif’s Reports

From staff and wire reports

June 21, 2007 at 5:57 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Arrests

Gerald Pierce Sr. of 125 Gassen St. in Luling was arrested on June 17 for attempted second degree murder of his wife.

Andrew Robertson III of Billings St. Lot #2 was arrested on June 16 for sexual battery.

Michael Matherne of 248 Whitley Rd in Des Allemands was arrested on June 17 for attempted simple burglary of inhabited dwelling.

Johnathan McPhail of 9702 Sugharhill St. in Convent was arrested on June 16 for simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling and possession of stolen property over $500.

D.W.I

Odell Strickland of 715 Killona Dr. in Killona was arrested on June 16 for D.W.I and reckless operation of a vehicle.

Stacy Marks of 1025 N. Hullen St. in Metairie was arrested on June 16 for D.W.I., and reckless operation.

Sherriel Johnson of 40156 Alise in Prairieville was arrested on June 16 for D.W.I., reckless operation of a vehicle and open container.

Theft

Assorted tools were stolen from 313 Post St. in Killona on June 17.

Assorted copper refrigeration tubing was stolen from 173 Annex St. in New Sarpy on June 16.

A 1992 Chevy truck was stolen from 326 Lilly St. in Boutte on June 17.

A 1994 Ford Mustang was stolen from I-310 Northbound Destrehan on June 17.

A 56” TV and a 27” TV was stolen from 504 G East Club Dr. in St. Rose on June 15.

A 1996 Ford F-150 was stolen from 15224 U.S. 90 in Paradis on June 15.

A 12” Sub Woofer, a speaker box, and a digital music player was stolen from 118 Ann Lane in St. Rose on June 16.




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