Acadia Police Department investigations - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Acadia Police Department investigations

The following is a Press release from the Acadia Police Department:

Acadia Parish Sheriff Wayne Melancon stated that his office is investigating the following incidents:

September 21, 2011

-Theft of items, 200 block of Zaunbrecher Road, Rayne.

-Theft of items from a motor vehicle, 1000 block of Charlie Arceneaux Road, Rayne.

September 20, 2011

-Domestic disturbance, 100 block of Ten Spot Drive, Crowley.  Deputies arrested Brannon Mier, age 38 & Melissa Hanks, age 34 both of Ten Spot Drive, Crowley and charged then with domestic battery.

-House fire, 2000 block of Brittany Hwy, Church Point.  Richard Fire Department responded to the incident.

-Disturbance, 1200 block of Meche Road, Rayne. 

-Harassing telephone calls, 400 block of Edmonia Drive, Church Point.

-Theft of IESI trash can, 2400 block of L Boudreaux Road, Rayne.

-Domestic disturbance, 100 block of Circle Drive, Mermentau.

-Theft of a weapon, 2100 block of N Riceland Road, Rayne.

-Disturbance, 400 block of Dr. Parrot, Branch.

-Criminal damage, 2800 block of White Oak Hwy., Rayne.

-Disturbance, Pinto Lane, Rayne.  Deputies charged Michael Crouch, age 29, Pinto Lane with simple battery.

-Criminal damage to commercial property, 1600 block of Crowley Rayne Highway, Crowley.

-Theft of 300 gallon butane tank, 500 block of Cedar Lane, Branch.

-Report of possible telephone scam, 100 block of Boulet Road, Branch. 

Sheriff Melancon is asking anyone with information on any of the incidents to contact the Sheriff's Office at 788-8700 or 911.

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