Staff Report - Sep 11, 2008
•Ruben J. Guillon, 51, of 231 St. Charles St. in Norco was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with looting during Hurricane Gustav.
•Wandra Frost, 26, of 531 Mockingbird Lane in St. Rose was arrested on Aug. 29 and charged with aggravated rape and on a St. Charles Sheriff’s Office attachment.
•Lance K. Martin, 31, of 704 Carnation Court in LaPlace was arrested on Sept. 9 and charged with violating curfew during a state of emergency, possession of marijuana and driving under suspension.
•Gregory M. Dixon, 21, of 35 Parlange Dr. in Destrehan was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with illegal carrying of weapons, possession of marijuana, prohibited acts during a state of emergency and not using headlights when required.
•Kedric Berry, 39, of 336 Riverpoint Dr. in Destrehan was arrested on Sept. 6 and charged with cruelty to animals.
•Danny S. Weber, 31, of 24862 Heritage Dr. in Denham Springs was arrested on Sept. 7 and charged with sexual battery and attempted aggravated rape.
•Jonathan W. Belou, 20, of 1410 Dauphine St. in New Orleans was arrested on Sept. 5 and charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia, and violating curfew during a state of emergency and speeding.
•Cody T. Jackson, 22, of 615 Greenbriar Rd. in Lafayette was arrested on Sept. 5 and charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia, and violating curfew during a state of emergency.
•Thomas Mclain, 52, of 25 Melrose Dr. in Destrehan was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with DWI and reckless operation.
•Beach McDaniel III, 56, of 21 Patricia Court in Luling was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with DWI, curfew violation, careless operation of a vehicle and open alcoholic container in vehicle.
•Richard Hubbard, 28, of 200 Lorraine St. in Destrehan was arrested on Sept. 3 and charged with DWI, curfew violation, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, no tail lights and expired motor vehicle insurance.
•Robert Fisher, 45, of 307 Julius Ave. in LaPlace was arrested on Sept. 7 and charged with DWI, reckless operation and open container.
•Stanley Ducote, 54, of 6400 Leslie St. in Metairie was arrested on Sept. 2 and charged with DWI and open container.
•Dashone Brown, 24, of 539 S. Kinler St. in Luling was arrested on Sept. 7 and charged with second degree battery.
¸Tremaine D. Scott, 25 of 313 8th St. in New Sarpy was arrested on Sept. 2 and charged with aggravated battery.
Thefts & Incidents
•A small hand saw, a generator and three pet carriers, valued at $1540, were stolen from 724 St. Rose in St. Rose on Aug. 29.
•A video poker machine was broken into at 13322 Highway 90 Ste. Q in Boutte on Aug. 30.
•A weedeater, valued at $135, was stolen from 319 Carolyn Dr. in Destrehan on Aug. 30.
•A weedeater, an edger, a blower, a generator, a battery charger and a liquid fuel heater, valued at $6,200, was stolen from 249 Canal St. in Boutte on Aug. 30.
•A generator, valued at $700, was stolen from 149 Kliner Rd. in Des Allemands on Aug. 30.
•Two pressure washers, a watch and two pairs of shoes, valued at $2,299, were stolen from 736 E. Easy St. in New Sarpy on Sept. 2.
•A 42” flat-screen television, valued at $3,600, was stolen from 136 South Kinler St. in Boutte on Sept. 3.
•Two vehicle speakers, valued at $135, was stolen from 364 Second St. in St. Rose on Sept. 3.
•A 56-inch television and two amplifiers, valued at $5,000, was stolen from 106 East Club Dr. Apt. F in St. Rose on Sept. 3.
•A pair of tennis shoes and $500 in cash, total value $585, was stolen from 206 East Club Dr. Apt. C in St. Rose on Sept. 3.
•An air compressor and pressure washer, valued at $700, was stolen from 136 Hollywood Park in Montz on Sept. 3.
•A diamond ring, valued at $4,000, was stolen from 412 W. Hoover St. in Destrehan on Sept. 3.
•A jewelry box, assorted jewelry and assorted pins/memorabilia, valued at $115, was stolen from 225 St. Charles St. in Norco on Sept. 4.
•A generator, valued at $1,200, was stolen from 26 Bronco Lane in St. Rose on Sept. 4.
•Assorted jewelry, a DVD player and assorted clothing, valued at $3,875, were stolen from 1243 Paul Frederick St. in Luling on Sept. 4.
•A 9mm semi-automatic handgun, valued at $250, was stolen from 122 Janet Dr. in St. Rose on Sept. 4.
•A window air conditioner unit, a computer printer, a rake, a coffee canister, a leaf blower, a garden fogger, margarita mix, a kitchen knife and a cassette stereo with speakers, valued at $1,008, were stolen from 13786 River Rd. in Destrehan on Sept. 4. All items except for the the air conditioner were recovered from an abandoned cart near the residence.
•Sixteen propane tanks and a padlock, valued at $975, were stolen from 17178 Highway 90 in Des Allemands on Sept. 4.
•A 50-inch television, $40 in cash, assorted jewelry, a .44 magnum revolver, two calculators, two cameras, a pair of binoculars and four hats, valued at $9,515, were stolen from 200 East Club Dr. in St. Rose on Sept. 4.
•A laptop computer, a piece of costume jewelry and a wireless mouse, valued at $2,560, were stolen from 3808 San Francisco Dr. in Destrehan on Sept. 5.
•A generator, valued at $700, was stolen from the corner of C.C. Road and C.N. Railroad in Montz on Sept. 5.
•An undetermined amount of tires were stolen from 10425 Airline Highway in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•Batteries, a bottle of alcohol and medication, valued at $58, was stolen from 219 Annex St. in New Sarpy.
•A 27-inch television, a television stand, a Playstation 3, a queen mattress and box spring, and a checkbook, valued at $2,960, was stolen 610 East Club Dr. Apt. E in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•A 2001 Nissan Sentra, valued at $3,000, was stolen from Airline Highway in Norco on Sept. 5.
•A 32-inch television, valued at $800, was stolen from 200 East Club Dr. Apt. E in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•A 32-inch television, valued at $1,200, was stolen from 104 East Club Dr. Apt. F in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•A 37-inch television and a flash light, valued at $1,010, were stolen from 104 East Club Dr. Apt. H in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•A diamond tennis bracelet, a Wii game system, a DVD player, assorted Playstation 2 games, valued at $3,725, were stolen from 646 St. Rose Ave. in St. Rose.
•Assorted ID cards, assorted CDs and $100 in cash, was stolen from 16302 Airline Highway in Norco on Sept. 6.
•A window air condition unit, valued at $300, was stolen from 214 Killona Dr. in Killona on Sept. 6.
•A 12-gauge shotgun, valued at $400, was stolen from 113 Pitre St. in St. Rose on Sept. 6.
•Assorted alcohol, two bags of money from a video poker machine and an ice machine, valued at $2,200, was stolen from 15578 River Rd. in Hahnville on Sept. 6.
•A steel 200-gallon fuel tank filled with diesel, valued at $2,700, was stolen from 233 Apple St. in Norco on Sept. 6.
•A lawn mower and a 4x6 trailer, valued at $3,150, was stolen from 855 Killona Dr. in Killona on Sept. 7.
•A 46-inch television, a computer, five surround sound speakers, an X-Box and assorted games, valued at $5,100, was stolen from 500 S. Destrehan Ave. in Destrehan on Sept. 7.
•Assorted alcohol, a Mega Touch system, three boxes of meat snacks, a case of cigarette lighters, a box of aspirin and assorted food, valued at $5,732, was stolen from 15114 Highway 90 in Paradis on Sept. 7.
•A wallet, a driver’s license and $900 in cash was stolen from 506 East Club Dr. in St. Rose on Aug. 31.
•A glass window was broken at 3001 Ormond Blvd. in Destrehan on Sept. 1.
•Sixty dollars in cash was stolen from a purse at 110 East James Dr. in St. Rose on Sept. 1.
•Unknown subjects broken a window at 226 Apple St. in Norco on Sept. 2 and searched through jewelry boxes and stolen an undetermined amount of United States coins.
•A portion of fence was removed at 306 Almedia Rd. in St. Rose on Sept. 2.
•A license plate was removed off a vehicle parked at 810 6th St. in Norco on Sept. 3.
•Windows and a garage door located at the rear of 530 Clayton St. in Norco were broken into on Sept. 3.
•Three blank money orders and a black pouch containing United States currency, valued at $1,596, was stolen from 106 East Club Dr. in Destrehan on Sept. 3.
•Unknown subjects attempted to remove a radio out of a vehicle at 1 Summerton Dr. Apt. 1A in St. Rose on Sept. 3.
•Unknown subjects attempted to push in the front door of a residence at 514 Pine St. Norco on Sept. 4.
•Two shirts and a baseball cap, valued at $90 were stolen from 120 Mallard St. in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•A rear sliding glass door was shattered at 602 East Club Dr. Apt. B in St. Rose on Sept. 5.
•An unknown subject removed window screens and pushed in a window at 632 Courthouse Lane in Hahnville on Sept. 6.
•An unknown subject pushed in a window-mounted air condition unit to gain entry into 187 Triche St. in Ama on Sept. 6.
•A generator, valued at $700, was stolen from 312 Lilly St. in Boutte on Sept. 6.
•Unknown subjects entered a previously broken glass door and rummaged through items inside a residence at 602 East Club Dr. Apt. B in St. Rose on Sept. 6.
•An unknown subject transferred funds in the amount of $1,065 from an identity theft victim’s account on Sept. 6.
•Eight tractor trailer tires with rims, valued at $3,200, were stolen from 10425 Airline Highway in St. Rose on Sept. 8.
•A license plate was stolen off a vehicle at 8 Sweet Gum Lane in St. Rose on Sept. 8.
•An unknown subject allegedly cyphered 13 gallons of gasoline from a vehicle while the owner was evacuated for Hurricane Gustav at 212 Evelyn Dr. in Luling on Sept. 8.
•Two televisions, a leather coat, a mink coat, assorted bottles of alcohol, four cell phones, a Wii game station, assorted CDs, assorted medals and medal claps, two laptop computers, a vehicle jump starter, two DVD players two radio systems, a snowball machine, a copy and fax machine, silver ware, a compound bow, a pair of binoculars and a sporting scope, at an undetermined valued, was stolen from 2228 Ormond Blvd. on Sept. 8.
•A mongoose bicycle, valued at $100, was stolen on Sept. 8.
•A 2006 GMC Yukon was stolen from 1013 Gassen St. in Luling on Sept. 9.
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