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Arrests in St. Mary Parish

The following is a Press Release from the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office:

According to Sheriff Mark A. Hebert during the last 24 hours the Sheriff's Office responded to 50 complaints and reports the following arrests:

Clay Terry, 22, of Prairie Road North, Franklin was arrested on 10-3-2011 at 9:30 a.m. Careless Operation with an Accident, Expired License Plate, No Driver's License on Person and No Vehicle Insurance.  Deputy was called to Prairie Road in reference an accident.  Upon Deputy's arrival it was learned that suspect was driving reckless and ran into a vehicle.   Suspect was taken to Franklin Foundation for injuries.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and issued a summons on above charges to appear in court on 1-17-2012.

April Lewis, 20, of Desonnier Road, Jeanerette was arrested on 10-3-2011 at 12:26 p.m. on a warrant for Theft and Simple Assault.  Suspect turned herself into the Sheriff's Office after learning of a warrant for her arrest.  Suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail with a $1250.00 bond and was later released.

Glenn Lloyd, 44, of East St., Vinton, La. was arrested on 10-3-2011 at 1:53 p.m. for Simple Burglary and Theft.  Arrest stems from an investigation were suspect drove onto A&M Dockside Yard in Amelia and proceeded to take welding leads from the yard and building when he was confronted by an employee on the yard and left the area.  Suspect was later located by Detective's and brought in for questioning.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail with no bond at this time.

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