Sheriff's Reports

From staff and wire reports

May 28, 2008 at 3:10 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Arrests
必anisha Paul, 18, of 238 Magnolia Ridge Rd. in Boutte was arrested on May 20 and charged with three counts of theft of goods by under ringing.

•Terron Ingram, 37, of 200 Sunset Court in Hahnville was arrested on May 20 and charged with theft under $300.

•Keith Rhodes, 49, of 9544 Highway 165 was arrested on May 17 and charged with DWI, following too close, failure to carry registration in vehicle and failure to carry proof of insurance.

•Juan Davis, 44, of 3712 Tulane Dr. in Kenner was arrested on May 17 and charged with DWI and careless operation of a motor vehicle.

•Nathan Naquin, 18, of 415 Kellogg Dr. in Luling was arrested on May 15 and charged with forcible rape.

•Joshua Deese, 20, of 320 W. Easy St. in New Sarpy was arrested on May 18 and charged with prohibited acts with valium, aggravated flight from an officer, reckless operation of a vehicle and not stopping at a stop sign.

•Jamie Lynn Stoker, 25, of 386 Historic West St. in Garyville was arrested on May 15 and charged with theft over $500.

•Derwin Smith, 21, of 1329 Paul Fredrick St. in Luling was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, second offense.

•Jarman Stewart, 28, of 224 Clement St. in New Sarpy was arrested on May 19 and charged with possession of marijuana (second offense) and introducing contraband into a correctional institution.

•Kevin Tyler, 26, of 123 First St. in Boutte was arrested on May 18 and charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of Alprhazolam, possession of drug paraphernalia and cultivation of marijuana.

•Clifton White, 32, of 100 Schoolhouse Rd. in Killona was arrested on May 18 on a warrant with issuing worthless checks.

Theft
•A .357 revolver, two credit cards, valued at $410, was stolen from 421 Oak Lane in Luling on May 17.

•A Jeep Cherokee, valued at $1,000, was stolen from Eisenhower at Almedia Rd. in St. Rose on May 17.

•Fifteen cases of assorted soft drinks, valued at $540, were stolen from 523 East Heather Dr. in Luling on May 18.

•A flashdrive and $5 were stolen from 170 Roadrunner Lane in Destrehan on May 16.

•The front and rear seats, and a car stereo were stolen from a vehicle located at 14039 U.S. 90 in Boutte on May 17.

•A face plate to a radio and $60 were stolen from 222 Dunleith Dr. in Destrehan on May 17.

•Two 37 flat screen televisions, an X-Box, a computer desk, a computer and printer, two digital cameras, a .40 caliber pistol, a 50杷lat screen television and a Toyota Tundra, valued at $32,050, were stolen from 1017 Gassen St. in Luling on May 16.

•A bicycle, valued at $499, was stolen from 550 W. McAdoo St. in New Sarpy on May 14.

•Ten electrical boxes, valued at $2,500, were stolen from a business located at 15621 U.S. 61 in Norco on May 18.

•A trailer, a rug, two Rubbermade containers, four folding chairs, valued at $1,130, were stolen from 101 Schexnaydre Lane in New Sarpy on May 19.

•A handbag, a wallet, a debit card, a Visa credit card, a Mastercard credit card and a Louisiana driver痴 license on May 15.

•A purse, a driver痴 license, a cell phone, medication, a foodstamp card, a debit card and assorted U.S. currency were stolen from a vehicle parked at 1601 Paul Maillard in Luling on May 14.

•A cell phone, valued at $400, was stolen from 213 Mockingbird Lane in St. Rose on May 19.

•A stereo/CD player, a subwoofer and an amplifier, valued at $910 were stolen from a vehicle parked at 22 Brandon Hall Dr. in Destrehan on May 19.

•A weed eater, valued at $100, was stolen from 730 E. Harding in New Sarpy on May 19.




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