•Corey Adams, 36, of 604 E. Club Drive in St. Rose, was arrested on Oct. 8 and charged with possession with intent/manufacturing SCH I - Marijuana.
•Brant T. Chavez, 30, of 366 Barton Ave. in Luling, was arrested on Oct. 12 and charged with D.W.I., reckless operation, open container, possession of Soma and suspended driver’s license.
•Joseph A. Thompson, 26, of 127 Cypress Drive in Des Allemands, was arrested on Oct. 12 and charged with principal to simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
•Timothy D. Young, 32, of 12784 Erin Ave. in Baton Rouge, was arrested on Oct. 13 and charged with D.W.I., suspended license criminal sanctions and improper display of temporary tags.
•An XBox 360, laptop computer, CD case, socks and a video game were stolenf rom 132 Norman Lane in Des Allemands on Oct. 11.
•A box trailer, total value of $25,000, was stolen from 10057 US 61 in St. Rose on Oct. 11.
•Assorted copper and wires, total value of $3,000, were stolen from 11701 Highway 90 in Luling on Oct. 11.
•A cell phone and case, computer, three TVs, a PlayStation 3, game, surround-sound speakers, cable TV receiver and a case of beer were stolen from 201 JB Green Road in Des Allemands on Oct. 10.
•Assorted copper coils were stolen from 151 Almedia Road in St. Rose on Oct. 10.
•Copper wiring was stolen from 10031 LA 48 in St. Rose on Oct. 10.
•A TV, two iPods, an XBox 360, a PlayStation 3, a Wii, assorted tools and a laptop and modem were stolen from 206 E. Club Drive in St. Rose on Oct. 8.
•A boat trailer and an outboard motor, total value of $10,000, were stolen from 10 Dufresne Loop in Luling on Oct. 9.
•Assorted computer parts, curtains, drafting tools, scrap metal and a plant were stolen from 1014 Kinler St. in Luling on Oct. 9.
•A purse, cell phone and assorted ID cards were stolen from 313 Willowdale Blvd. in Luling on Oct. 9.
•A boat and boat trailer were stolen from 10 Dufresne Loop in Luling on Oct. 9.
•A laptop computer, computer carrying case, handgun and digital camer were stolen out of a vehicle at 113 Dianne Drive in St. Rose on Oct. 13.
•A cell phone and cell phone case, total value of $250, were stolen from 200 Tiger Drive in Boutte on Oct. 13.
•A Wii, assorted Wii games and three TVs were stolen from 333 Valencia Drive in Luling on Oct. 13.
•A PlayStation, three TVs, a handgun, laptop computer and XBox 360 were stolen from 610 E. Club Drive in St. Rose on Oct. 12.
•A welding machine, total value of $1,300, was stolen from 270 Ashton Plantation Road in Luling on Oct. 12.
•A CD Player/AM-FM radio, camera, flashlight and credit card were stolen out of a vehicle at 13552 Highway 90 in Boutte on Oct. 12.
•A cell phone, total value of $200, was stolen from 200 Tiger Drive in Boutte on Oct. 12.
•A 2012 Mazda MZ3 was stolen from 709 Kinler St. in Luling on Oct. 12.
•Copper tubing and a wet saw, total value of $400, were stolen from 921 Rue La Cannea in Luling on Oct. 12.
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