Acadia Police Departments ongoing investigations - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Acadia Police Departments ongoing investigations

The following is a News Release from the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Department:

Acadia Parish Sheriff Wayne Melancon advises that deputies from his office responded to the following calls that are presently being investigated.

September 27, 2011

-Theft of weapon from motor vehicle, 2000 block of Leroy Breaux Road, Rayne.

-Criminal damage to mailbox, 300 block of De Porres, Church Point.

-Theft of copper wire near the intersection of Pitreville Hwy. & Brittany Hwy. Eunice.

-Theft of equipment from a motor vehicle, 100 block of Anna, Rayne.

-Trespassing and criminal damage to property, 100 block of Market Lane, Rayne.

-Theft from a motor vehicle, 200 block of Burton Guidry, Church Point.

-Motor vehicle accident, Hwy 13 & Lovell Street, Crowley.  No injuries reported.

-Theft of cell phone, Meadows Apartment Complex, Crowley.

September 26, 2011

-Disturbance, 1700 block of Wikoff Cove Road, Church Point.

-Theft from electronics from motor vehicle, 2400 block of Grand Prairie Hwy. Rayne.

-Disturbance, 2100 block of Leroy Breaux Road, Rayne.

-Criminal damage to a mailbox, 1300 block of Beaugh Street, Church Point.

-Theft from motor vehicle, 3000 block of Grand Prairie Hwy. Rayne.

-Attempted commercial burglary & criminal damage to property 1500 block of Aymond Street, Eunice.

-Commercial burglary, 1700 block of Aymond Street, Eunice.

-Commercial burglary, 3300 block of Standard Mill Road, Crowley.  Taken were approximately 20 deep cycle batteries with a total value of $2400.

-Theft from motor vehicle, 100 block of Coin road, Rayne.

-Commercial burglary, 1100 block of E Ardoin, Eunice.

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