Ongoing investigations in Acadia Parish - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Ongoing investigations in Acadia Parish

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

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

October 19, 2011

-Motor vehicle accident, 100 block of Jasmine Road, Crowley.  No injuries reported.

October 18, 2011

-Deputies with the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office assisted Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries following a reported drowning on Cricket Lane near Mermentau.

-Harassing telephone calls, 100 block of Dallas Drive, Scott.

-Motor vehicle accident, Tanner & Heritage Road, Rayne.  No injuries reported.

-Report of suspicious motor vehicle, Hwy 35 near Church Point.

-Theft of 4-wheeler, 1200 block of St. Jules, Iota.

-Animals at large, Green Garden Road, Crowley.  Animal control responded to the incident.

-Report of tree on roadway, Mire Hwy near Virginia Road, Church Point.  Acadia Parish Police Jury responded to the incident.

-Domestic disturbance, 300 block of David Neil, Rayne.

-Deputies responded to a complaint of three male subjects loading scrap metal on Cole Gully near Church Point.  Following a brief investigation, deputies arrested three individuals and charged them with felony theft, criminal mischief and criminal trespassing.   They were booked into the Acadia Parish.   Arrested was:  Harrison Hamilton, age 34, E Branch Street, Rayne; Brent O'Neal Hamilton, age 20, E Branch Street, Rayne and Johnny Harmon, age 46 of Kathy Apartments, Crowley.

Anyone with information on the above incidents is asked to contact the Sheriff's Office at 788-8700.

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