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Three arrested in Beauregard Parish over weekend

DERIDDER, LA (KPLC) - Three people were arrested for various crimes over the weekend in Beauregard Parish. You can check out the arrest reports below.

The following is a press release from the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office:

Sheriff Ricky Moses Reports

Cris Thompson, age:35, of DeRidder was arrested Saturday evening. Thompson is charged with Disturbing the Peace while being Intoxicated following a report of a disturbance on the side of a highway. Thompson was processed into BPSO jail. No bond has been set. Deputies Slover and Greenmun responded.

Cody Fletcher, age:28, of DeRidder was arrested Sunday morning. Fletcher is charged with 2cts of Simple Battery, 2cts of Aggravated Assault, 1ct of Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property, 1ct of Simple Criminal Damage to Property, Resisting an Officer, Possession of Drug Paraphnalia, Possession of Cocaine and Threatening a Public Official.  Fletcher received the above charges following a report of a disturbance at a DeRidder residence in which Fletcher is reported to have used a brick to break the windows out of a vehicle containing two women. Fletcher was later stopped by deputies and city officers after fleeing the residence and was found to be in possession of drug paraphnalia and cocaine. Fletcher received additional charges for threatening officers and failing to cooperate.  Fletcher was processed into the Parish Jail. Bond has been set at $87,500. Deputies Goodwin and K9 "Kilo" along with Officers Maddox and Chapa made the arrest.

Thomas Shane Franklin, age:33 of DeRidder was arrested charged with Domestic Abuse Battery following a report of a disturbance at a residence in Ragley on Sunday. Franklin was processed into the Parish Jail. No bond has been set. Deputies Greenmun and Efimoff responded.

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