•Jamaal Edward Williams, 21, of 283 Meadows Dr. in Destrehan was arrested on May 6 and charged with possession of marijuana and resisting an officer.
•Mark Young Jr., 24, of 1336 Paul Frederick St. in Luling was arrested on May 5 and charged with distribution of crack cocaine, possession of a legend drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
•Charles Pitts II, 30, of 434 Smith St. in Hahnville was arrested on May 5 and charged with possession and intent to distribute crack cocaine, resisting an officer by violence, loud amplification from vehicle and no driver’s license.
•Stephen Garrett, 22, of 8181 Highway 51 in North Millington, Tenn. was arrested on a warrant on May 4 for issuing worthless checks.
•Erin Nelson, 29, of 129 S. Kinler in Boutte was arrested on May 2 and charged with possession with intent to distribute ecstasy, suspended driver’s license, failure to use turn signal and contempt of court.
•Kim Patrick Smith, 18, of 25225 Stepp Rd. in Robert was arrested on a warrant on May 4 for relative to simple burglary.
•Joey Paul Webre, 23, of 183 Buras Lane in Des Allemands was arrested on May 2 and charged with aggravated assault and warrants for simple battery.
•Bryan Sanderford, 34, of 123 Autine Lane in LaPlace was arrested on May 3 and charged with indecent behavior with a juvenile.
•Roger Williams, 32, of 100 Lance Lane in Luling was arrested on May 3 and charged with possession of crack cocaine over 28 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.
•Mario Alfred Benedith, 45, of 172 Almedia Rd. in St. Rose was arrested on May 4 and charged with forcible rate.
•Bobby James Boteler, 26, of 2916 Deer Creek in Violet was arrested and charged with forcible rape, indecent behavior with a juvenile, molestation of a juvenile and on warrants for computer solicitation of a minor.
•A gold necklace, a gold ring band and a leather band, valued at $150, were stolen from 373 Smith St. in Hahnville on May 5.
•A CD radio and two 4-month-old dogs were stolen from 17965 River Rd. in Killona on May 5.
•A gas stove, a window A/C unit, a refrigerator and a hot water heater, valued at $2,950, were stolen from 426 Smith St. in Hahnville on April 30.
•A toolbox, a sander, a drill, a mini-drill and miscellaneous tools were stolen from a parked car at 1952 Ormond Blvd. in Destrehan on April 30.
•A man’s stainless steel watch, valued at $10,000, was stolen from 10362 U.S. 61 in St. Rose on May 5.
•A license plate and tire, valued at $120, was stolen from 14721 LA 631 in Paradis on May 5.
•A girls bike, valued at $150, was stolen from 515 Barreca St. in Norco on May 4.
•An A/C unit and cooling fan motor, valued at $850, was stolen from 176 Clement St. in New Sarpy on May 4.
•Hydrocodone cough syrup, valued at $300, was stolen from 737 Paul Maillard Rd. in Luling on May 4.
•U.S. currency in the amount of $1,300 was stolen from 320 Post Dr. in Luling on May 3.
•Medications and $400 in cash, total value $700, were stolen from 105 Farrell Lane in Des Allemands on May 6.
•A dirt bike, valued at $1,000, was stolen from 428 Sharon Ave. in Boutte on May 6.
•An automobile tow dolly, valued at $500, was stolen from 14039 U.S. 90 in Boutte on May 3.
•A water meter, valued at $50, was stolen from 220 Union Lane in Montz on May 2.
•Seven mats, a dust mop, 2 air fresheners and towels, valued at $825, was stolen from 120 Canvasback Dr. in St. Rose on May 2.
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