•Chase M. Robichaux, 20, of 282 Poule Deau Lane in Thibodeaux was arrested on May 27 and charged with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
•Darlene Taylor, 48, of 1116 Newton St. in River Ridge was arrested on May 27 and charged with forgery, obtaining hydrocodone by fraud, altering a prescription for a controlled substance and obtaining carisoprodol by fraud.
•Aaron A. Williams, 23, of 232 Schoolhouse Rd. in Killona was arrested on May 27 and charged with attempted second-degree murder (2 counts), possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and on a St. Charles Sheriff’s Office attachment.
•Davin I. Washington, 21, of 364 Trailsway Dr. in Hahnville was arrested on May 27 and charged with attempted second-degree murder (2 counts), possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and on a St. Charles Sheriff’s Office attachment.
•Jabriel J. Bennett, 29, of 249 Sycamore St. in Hahnville was arrested on May 27 and charged with possession of a stolen firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
•Faron M. Lovell, 29, of 182 Wanda St. in Luling was arrested on May 22 and charged with DWI, speeding and driving under suspension.
•Marvin Brown, 55, of 213 St. John St. in Boutte was arrested on May 22 and charged with DWI.
•Autry James Dufrene, 22, of 304 Peters Rd. in Harvey was arrested on May 23 and charged with DWI and reckless operation.
•Paul A. Bienvenue, 50, of 4233 Bordeaux Dr. in Kenner was arrested on May 22 and charged with DWI and reckless operation.
•A chainsaw and a generator, valued at $740, were stolen from 17 Belsome Ave. in Ama on May 26.
•A cell phone, valued at $500, was stolen from 12519 U.S. 61 in Destrehan on May 23.
•Assorted tools, a lawn mower and a fishing pole, total value $1,390, were stolen from 310 Talbot Dr. in Luling on May 21.
•A lawn mower, valued at $125, was stolen from 316 Trailsway Dr. in Hahnville on May 22.
•A Sony Playstation, valued at $300, was stolen from 194 Killona Dr. in Killona on May 22.
•Four tires and rims were stolen from 922 Paul Frederick St. in Luling on May 21.
•A weedeater with edger attachment, valued at $325, was stolen from 294 Trailsway Dr. in Hahnville on May 21.
•A 26-inch bicycle, valued at $100, was stolen from 277 Trailsway Dr. in Hahnville on May 21.
•A 2006 Chevy Silverado, valued at $15,000, was stolen from 15641 U.S. 61 on May 27.
•A bicycle, valued at $150, was stolen from 500 Turtlecreek Lane in St. Rose.
•Four tires and rims were stolen from 2004 Ormond Blvd. in Destrehan on May 23.
•An AC unit, valued at $299, was stolen from 139 Hollywood Park in Montz on May 27.
•A pressure washer and a miter saw were stolen from 261 Whitley Dr. in Des Allemands on May 27.
•An iPod, valued at $100, was stolen from 128 Riverview Dr. in St. Rose on May 27.
•A bicycle, valued at $450, was stolen from 119 Early St. in Paradis on May 27.
•A satellite radio, valued at $175, was stolen from 222 Riverview Dr. in St. Rose on May 27.
•A mountain bike, valued at $400 was stolen from 3 Wax Myrtle Lane in St. Rose on May 27.
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