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Two tail lights were stolen from 13415 Hwy 90 in Boutte on June 8.
Two cordless drills and a stereo/ DVD player were stolen from 226 South St. in Paradis on June 9.
A cell phone was stolen from 122 1st. St. in Boutte on June 9.
A 30 yrd. dumpster was stolen from East and First St. in Norco on June 13.
Assorted frozen foods were stolen from 14620 River Rd in New Sarpy on June 13.
An armed robbery took place at 10431 U.S. 61 on June 13 in St. Rose when a black male entered the location and demanded money.
A rear bumper and six side running panels were stolen from 10273 U.S. 61 in St. Rose on June 8.
Ten pieces of scaffolding was stolen from 216 Lac Cypriere in Luling on June 11.
A hand carved wooden duck decoy was stolen from 262 Levee Rd in Des Allemands on June 9.
Two bicycles were stolen from 225 Trailsway Dr. in Luling on June 10.
A weed eater was stolen from 308 Court St. in Luling on June 12.
A ceiling fan was stolen from 108 Lac Segnette in Luling on June 18.
A boys’ 20” bike was stolen from 130 St. Anthony St. in Luling on June 19.
An air conditioner was stolen from 109 Aqueduct Lane in Montz on June 19.
Assorted tools were stolen from 313 Post St. in Killona on June 17.
A 56’’ TV and a 27” TV was stolen from 504 G East Club Drive 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.
Daquin Washington of 416 Jean St. in Destrehan was arrested on June 18 for the possession of Endocet, flight using a motor vehicle, resisting arrest by an officeer, no license plate and driving under suspension.
Danielle McGovern of 120 Ormond Meadows in Destrehan was arrested on June 18 for the possession of crack cocaine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.
Troy Adams of 721 St. Rose Ave. was arrested on June 10 for aggravated battery, simple burglary and an attachment fugitive warrant.
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