•Paula J. Fisher, 46, of 1924 Deborah St. in St. Bernard, was arrested on March 25 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
•Marlon J. Friloux, 54, of 289 St. Marks St. in Ama, was arrested on March 22 and charged with possession of Roxycodone, possession of Oxycontin and possession of drug paraphernalia.
•Christopher B. Brandon, 42, of 319 St. Charles Place in Hahnville, was arrested on March 22 and charged with the possession, manufacture and distribution of Marijuana, possession with intent, drug paraphernalia and use of a firearm with a CDS.
•Dwayne M. Washington, 28, of 613 Mockingbird Lane in St. Rose, was arrested on March 19 and charged with possession with intent SCH II - Crack, turn signal required, driver not licensed, disregard stop sign, felony carrying illegal weapon, use of a firearm with a CDS, reckless operation, no seat belt, and possession/deal firearm.
•John D. Denneker, 41, of 117 Farrell Lane in Des Allemands, was arrested on March 22 and charged with D.W.I., reckless operation, hit and run, driver not licensed, open container, FUG/Kenner and FUG/JPSO.
•Bryan Ingrassia, 46, of 70256 6th St. in Covington, was arrested on March 20 and charged with D.W.I., open container and FUG/JPSO.
•Kayla J. Folse, 17, of 311 St. Anthony St. in Luling, was arrested on March 21 and charged with D.W.I. and improper control of vehicle.
•Clarence E. Davis III, 20, of 2089 Greenwood Drive in LaPlace, was arrested on March 20 and charged with D.W.I. and reckless operation.
•A CD player, total value of $150, was stolen from 717 Turtle Creek Lane in St. Rose on March 25.
•An iPod, total value of $200, was stolen from 200 Tiger Drive in Boutte on March 24.
•Thirty sheets of aluminum, total value of $300, were stolen from 10824 River Road in St. Rose on March 26.
•A 1998 Chevy Lumina, total value of $2,500, was stolen from 103 1st St. in Luling on March 22.
•Assorted stereo equipment, a pair of sunglasses and a flip screen TV/Stereo were stolen out of a vehicle at the 4500 block of Bayou Gauche Road in Bayou Gauche on March 22.
•A weed eater, total value of $400, was stolen from 14168 River Road in Destrehan on March 22.
•A digital camera, total value of $250, was stolen out of a vehicle at 100 Rhett Lane in Montz on March 21.
•An X-Box gaming system with a controller and an X-Box game, total value of $480, were stolen from 246 West B St. in Norco on March 21.
•A handgun, a GPS, a credit card and a check book were stolen out of a vehicle at 101 Westover Lane in Montz.
•A Fisher Price motorized truck, total value of $164, was stolen from 409 Boutte Estates in Boutte on March 19.
•Assorted fire fighter equipment was stolen out of a vehicle at 13500 Hwy. 90 in Boutte on March 20.
•A Razor electric scooter, total value of $270, was stolen from 13001 Hwy. 90 in Boutte on March 20.
•A tailgate, total value of $1,000, was stolen off of a vehicle at 12 Cactus Lane in St. Rose on March 21.
•A pressure washer, total value of $125, was stolen from 306 Ormond Village in Destrehan on March 28.
•Welding leds, total value of $750, were stolen from 242 Marcia Drive in Luling on March 27.
•Tools and a hose, total value of $300, were stolen from 560 Clayton St. in Norco on March 27.
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