Arrests

From staff and wire reports
September 23, 2011 at 9:50 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

•Nathaniel G. Allen, 23 of 20 Sawgrass Drive in LaPlace, was arrested on Sept. 13 and charged with D.W.I., speeding, possession of Marijuana and contraband in correctional center.

•Ryan P. Dugas, 22, of 58 Matis Road in Hahnville, was arrested on Sept. 14 and charged with D.W.I., improper control of vehicle and disregarding a stop sign.

•Larry E. Ollis, 57, of 541 Simmons Way Drive 2 in Cedar Hill, Texas, was arrested on Sept. 13 and charged with D.W.I. and not driving in a single lane of traffic.

•Kim Dauphin, 41, of 29 Goodhope St. in Norco, was arrested on Sept. 12 and charged with obtaining drugs with false prescriptions (11 cts.).

•Durrell LaGrange, 37, of 218 Shaw St. in Hahnville, was arrested on Sept. 12 and charged with theft - unauthorized use of an access card.

•Karen Hoffman, 49, of 3213 Bore St. in Metairie, was arrested on Sept. 9 and charged with D.W.I. (3rd offense).

•Juan Corcoles, 48, of 207 Edwards St. in Dumas, Ariz., was arrested on Sept. 11 and charged with D.W.I. (3rd offense).

•Edwin Bonnette, 48, of 5716 Camphor St. in Metairie, was arrested on Sept. 11 and charged with D.W.I. (3rd offense), reckless operation and driving with suspended license.

•Jose Blanco, 31, of 25 Bonura Drive in St. Rose, was arrested on Sept. 11 and charged with D.W.I. - child endangerment, reckless operation and driver not licensed.

•David Lincoln, 52, of 10607 Back Road Rd. in Jeanerette, was arrested on Sept. 16 and charged with D.W.I., vehicle required headlamps and no insurance.


Theft

•A PlayStation 3 game system and two games were stolen from 1106 Paul Fredrick St. in Luling on Sept. 14.

•An iPad notebook, plasma TV, X-Box Kinnect, assorted games, iPod Touch, laptop, cell phone, TV mount and laundry basket were stolen from 316 Canal St. in Luling on Sept. 14.

•A radar detector and 7” Radio/DVD player were stolen out of a vehicle at 17000 LA 18 in Taft on Sept. 14.

•Two iPhones and iPhone cases were stolen from 200 Tiger Drive in Boutte on Sept. 14.

•An Apple iPod and $20 were stolen out of a vehicle at 115 Diane Drive in St. Rose on Sept. 12.

•Four 12-volt batteries, total value of $600, were stolen out of a work truck at US 90 at Davis Pond in Luling on Sept. 12.

•A girls’ bicycle, total value of $100, was stolen from 115 Diane Drive in St. Rose on Sept. 12.

•A digital camera, blue steel revolver, ammunition and a laptop, total value of $4,238, were stolen out of a vehicle at 20 Corral Lane in St. Rose on Sept. 12.

•One hundred fifty DVDs, total value of $3,000, were stolen from 124 Scott St. in Paradis on Sept. 11.

•An Apple iPod Touch, total value of $460, was stolen from 110 E. James Drive in St. Rose on Sept. 11.

•$750 was stolen from 2755 LA 306 in Des Allemands on Sept. 11.

•One boys’ bicycle and three girls’ bicycles, total value of $260, were stolen from 40 Carriage Lane in Destrehan on Sept. 10.
•Door frames and doors to classrooms were vandalized, and three flat-screen monitors, flaAt-screen TV, three speaker boxes and miscelleneous school supplies were stolen from Norco Elementary School on Sept. 9.

•Assorted tools and a wind chime were stolen from 3 Sombrero St. in St. Rose on Sept. 15.

•Assorted clothing, an iPod docking station, cordless power drill, XBox gaming system, PlayStation gaming system, Wii gaming system, laptop computer, assorted jewelry and a digital picture frame were stolen from 628 Marino Drive in Norco on Sept. 15.




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