•Davin Washington, 19, 680 Killona Dr. in Killona was arrested on Sept. 6 on a warrant and charged with aggravated assault.
•Kellie Thompson, 37, 14189 U.S. 90 in Boutte was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with possession of crack cocaine, battery on a police officer, resisting an officer by violence and public intimidation.
•Lance M. Champagne, 21, of 187 Maloney Rd. in Des Allemands was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with possession of cocaine.DWI
•Stephan Callahan of 120 Ouisk Bayou Drive in Houma was arrested on Sept. 6 and charged with DWI and reckless operation.Theft
•A water heater valued at $500 was stolen from 389 Ash St. in Boutte on Sept. 6.
•A welding machine valued at $300 was arrested from 102 Railroad Ave. in Des Allemands on Sept. 6.
•An iPOD valued at $250 was stolen from 200 Tiger Dr. in Boutte on Sept. 5.
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