Arrests

From staff and wire reports

August 19, 2011 at 9:45 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

•Demon Lee Williams, 23, of 319 Carolyn Drive in New Sarpy, was arrested on Aug. 8 and charged with burglary of a moveable.

•Morgan T. Rudd, 22, of 938 Arrow St. in Panama City, Fla., was arrested on Aug. 5 and charged with theft.

•Gilbert O’Neal, 42, of 2806 Burst St. C in Jefferson, was arrested on Aug. 4 and charged with burglary of a vehicle.

•Dexter Johnson, 25, of 123 Gassen St. in Luling, was arrested on Aug. 8 and charged with unauthorized use of a movable and theft over $1,500.

•Ryan Tussa, 22, of 119 Magnolia Manor Blvd. in Boutte, was arrested on Aug. 8 and charged with principal to impersonating a police officer and principle to first degree robbery.

Theft

•A digital camera, laptop and DVDs, total value of $1,565, were stolenf rom 12043 River Road in Destrehan on Aug. 11.

•An iPod, total value of $200, was stolen from 12895 U.S. 90 in Luling on Aug. 10.

•An iPod docking station and an iPod, total value of $222, were stolen from 223 Albania Drive in Luling on Aug. 9.

•A bicycle, total value of $120, was stolen from 445 Apple St. in Norco on Aug. 9.

•Two handguns, total value of $650, were stolen from 138 Faith Place in Boutte on Aug. 9.

•An XBox, 32-inch TV, computer and a laser printer, total value of $1,075, were stolen from 254 Meadows Drive in Destrehan on Aug. 9.

•Assorted jewelry and clothing were stolen from 800 Kinler St. in Luling on Aug. 8.

•Two TVs, a laptop computer, assorted coins, a Wii and an emergency jump starter were stolen from 115 Magnolia Manor in Boutte on Aug. 8.

•A 32-inch TV, total value of $100, was stolen from 93 Carriage Lane in Destrehan on Aug. 8.

•Four Napa car batteries, total value of $600, were stolen from 151 Jackie Bee Drive in Luling on Aug. 5.

•A 26-inch TV, computer screen, PlayStation 2 and U.S. currency were stolen from 602 Paul Frederick St. in Luling on Aug. 6.

•Two tail lamps were stolen off of a vehicle at 617 Willowridge Drive in Luling on Aug. 6.

•A pistol, total value of $400, was stolen out of a vehicle at 59 River Park Drive in Hahnville on Aug. 6.

•Assorted jewelry, perfume, a 46-inch flat-screen TV, assorted clothing, an XBox 360 with assorted games, a suit case and assorted hair products were stolen from 221 St. Charles St. in Norco on Aug. 7.

•Copper tubing, total value of $1,000, was stolen from 404 Boutte Estates Drive in Boutte on Aug. 7.

•A 40-foot trailer was stolen from 10362 Airline Highway in St. Rose on Aug. 7.

•Sixteen stainless stell bars, four ladders and a stainless steel table top, total value of $1,500, were stolen from 903 Gassen St. in Luling on Aug. 7.


•A car stereo/TV, two speakers, an amp and a speaker box, total value of $1,300, were stolen from 155 2nd St. in St. Rose on Aug. 3.
•Assorted pairs of shoes and a 42” TV were stolen from 16559 LA Highway 631 in Des Allemands on Aug. 3.

•A TV, prescription eye glasses, assorted jewelry, a pocket knife and a hat were stolen from 141 Lakewood Drive in Luling on Aug. 3.

•A black cast iron pot, total value of $100, was stolen from 139 Hollywood Park in Montz on Aug. 3.

•A black cast iron pot, total value of $100, was stolen from 139 Hollywood Park in Montz on Aug. 3.

•A bicycle, total value of $200, was stolen from 231 Magnolia Ridge Road in Boutte on Aug. 4.

•A 2008 Dodge truck was stolen from 304 Bernard Ave. in Ama on Aug. 4.

•A portable DVD player was stolen out of a vehicle at 106 PM Lane in Ama on Aug. 4.




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