Acadia Police investigation for September 22, 2011 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Acadia Police investigation for September 22, 2011

The following is a Press Release from the Acadia Sheriff's Office:

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

September 22, 2011

-Bench warrant issued for Jared Michael Green, age 34, Morse for failure to appear in District Court.

-Motor vehicle accident, Ellis Road, Crowley.  No injuries reported.

-Theft of electrical wires from an abandoned residence, 100 block of Cadwell, Crowley.

-Disturbance, 24000 block of Crowley Eunice Hwy., Crowley.

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

-Motor vehicle accident, Phillips Road & White Oak Hwy., Rayne.  No injuries reported.

September 21, 2011

-Disturbance, 100 block of Captain Hook, Iota.

-Theft of electronics from a motor vehicle, 900 block of Charlie Arceneaux Road, Rayne.

-Theft of household appliances, 1200 block of Mark Twain, Crowley.

-Animals at large, 300 block of Finmar Drive, Crowley. Animal Control responded to the incident.

-Telephone scam, 100 block of Bluff Loop, Evangeline.

-Disturbance, Kathy Apartments, Crowley.  Deputies charged Shanicka Kneeland, age 24, E 10th Street, Crowley & Tabitha Green, age 20, Kathy Apartments, Crowley with Disturbing the Peace.

-Animals at large, 200 block of Burton Guidry, Church Point.  Animal Control responded to the incident.

-Report of an 18 wheeler stuck on train tracks, Hwy 90 & Quebodeaux Road, Crowley.     18-wheeler was removed from tracks without incident.

-Residential burglary, 800 block of Ferry Road, Egan.

-Residential burglary, 2500 block of Grand Coulee, Iota.

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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