•Ronald A. Cunningham, 25, of 140 Patterson St. in Houma was arrested on Sept. 24 and charged with possession with intent to distribute hydrocodone on Sept. 24.
•Ronnie J. Reagan, 24, of 263 Cypress Dr. in Des Allemands was arrested on Sept. 23 and charged with simple burglary.
•Milton P. Bonvillian, 50, of 826 Ave. E in Westwego was arrested on Sept. 23 and charged with theft of auto over $500.
•An X-Box game system and assorted games, valued at $600, were stolen from 1220 Paul Maillard Rd. in Luling on Sept. 27.
•Two types of scaffolding, valued at $200, were stolen from 123 Crochet Lane in Des Allemands on Sept. 26.
•A generator, valued at $600, was stolen from 103 Liza Ct. in Montz on Sept. 22.
•Assorted tools, valued at $2,830, were stolen from 100 Annie Lane in Luling on Sept. 21.
•A laptop computer, a leather briefcase, assorted papers and an undetermined amount of U.S. currency was stolen from 63 Bell Grove Dr. in Destrehan on Sept. 23.
•A computer, an X-Box video gaming system and an undetermined amount of U.S. Currency was stolen from 430 South Kinler St. in Boutte.
•A Coastal Waste Trash Can, valued at $100, was stolen from 4 Greenwood Dr. in Destrehan on Sept. 25.
•A 42-inch plasma screen monitor, valued at $300, was stolen from 1207 Paul Maillard Rd. in Luling on Sept. 25.
•An iphone, valued at $300, was stolen from 200 Stanton Hall Dr. in Destrehan on Sept. 26.
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