Three arrested for burglary of Lake Charles home - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Three arrested for burglary of Lake Charles home

The following is a news release from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office:

Lake Charles, LA – On Wednesday, October 27, the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a house on S. Franklin St. in Lake Charles regarding a home burglary.  Detectives arrived and spoke to the homeowner and observed the back door had been kicked in and 2 guns were stolen along with 3 bags of frozen shrimp.  The investigation led detectives and C.A.T. Team members to a home where they spoke to Ronald J. Lebine, 23, who told detectives he was in possession of one of the stolen guns.

Further investigation led detectives to a house on S. Franklin St. where they located Robert L. Davis, 20, and Lashawna D. Fontenot, 31, both of Lake Charles.  When detectives patted Davis and Fontenot down for officer safety, they found a handgun clip in Davis' back pocket then he told detectives where the other stolen gun could be located.  Detectives went to that location and found the other stolen gun.  Davis told detectives he gave Fontenot the 3 bags of shrimp and she put them in a friend's freezer.  Detectives recovered both guns and the three bags of frozen shrimp in the area were the burglary occurred.

Lebine, Davis, and Fontenot were all arrested and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center.  Lebine and Davis were charged with burglary of an inhabited dwelling; criminal damage to property; and theft of a firearm.  Lebine was additionally charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  Davis was additionally charged with illegal possession of stolen things.  Fontenot was charged with illegal possession of stolen things.

Judge Kent Savoie set Lebine and Davis' bonds at $9,000 each and Fontenot's at $1,000.

CPSO Detective Kerrick Gabrial is the lead investigator on this case.

  • More Local NewsNewsMore>>

  • Fundraiser benefit held for CPSO deputy battling cancer

    Fundraiser benefit held for CPSO deputy battling cancer

    Sunday, July 15 2018 8:05 PM EDT2018-07-16 00:05:00 GMT
    (Source: KPLC)(Source: KPLC)
    (Source: KPLC)(Source: KPLC)

    A Family fun day was held on Saturday for members in the community to show support for a local sheriff's deputy currently battling Multiple Myeleoma. The event took place at Christian World Ministries on Gautheir Rd. It was an event catered towards the entire family. Attendees were able to connect with local law enforcement by participating in a number of activities. Hundreds showed up in support for Allen Desormeaux, who was diagnosed with the rare form of cancer back in April. He...

    More >>

    A Family fun day was held on Saturday for members in the community to show support for a local sheriff's deputy currently battling Multiple Myeleoma. The event took place at Christian World Ministries on Gautheir Rd. It was an event catered towards the entire family. Attendees were able to connect with local law enforcement by participating in a number of activities. Hundreds showed up in support for Allen Desormeaux, who was diagnosed with the rare form of cancer back in April. He...

    More >>
  • Ainsley's Angels hosts 5th Annual Sunset 5K

    Ainsley's Angels hosts 5th Annual Sunset 5K

    Sunday, July 15 2018 7:58 PM EDT2018-07-15 23:58:55 GMT

    Ainsley's Angels of America held their 5th annual Sunset 5K on Saturday at the Civic Center. Close to 400 people participated in this year's event. Race director Kristine Seaward says they also had over 70 assisted athlete riders, the most they've every had at one event. "We're pretty excited about that, it's definitely a record for any of our Ainsley's Angels events to ever have that many assisted athlete riders to gather in one place with that many so it's great." says S...

    More >>

    Ainsley's Angels of America held their 5th annual Sunset 5K on Saturday at the Civic Center. Close to 400 people participated in this year's event. Race director Kristine Seaward says they also had over 70 assisted athlete riders, the most they've every had at one event. "We're pretty excited about that, it's definitely a record for any of our Ainsley's Angels events to ever have that many assisted athlete riders to gather in one place with that many so it's great." says S...

    More >>
  • One arrested after fatal head-on collision in Sulphur

    One arrested after fatal head-on collision in Sulphur

    Sunday, July 15 2018 4:36 PM EDT2018-07-15 20:36:10 GMT
    (Source: Pablo)(Source: Pablo)
    (Source: Pablo)(Source: Pablo)
    A Lake Charles man has been arrested after a fatal crash in Sulphur early Sunday morning, according to Sulphur Police Chief Lewis Coats. Coats says at approximately 2:30 a.m., a head-on collision occurred on Beglis Parkway. A man was transported to an area hospital where he died of his injuries. Christian McCoy, 24, Lake Charles, was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide and careless operation. Coats says he was released after posting an $11,000 bond. 7News will update ...More >>
    A Lake Charles man has been arrested after a fatal crash in Sulphur early Sunday morning, according to Sulphur Police Chief Lewis Coats. Coats says at approximately 2:30 a.m., a head-on collision occurred on Beglis Parkway. A man was transported to an area hospital where he died of his injuries. Christian McCoy, 24, Lake Charles, was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide and careless operation. Coats says he was released after posting an $11,000 bond. 7News will update ...More >>
Powered by Frankly