St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office Press Release - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office Press Release

 

According to Sheriff Mark A. Hebert during the last 24 hours the Sheriff's Office responded to 33 complaints and reports the following arrests:

 

Jason Ashley 23 yoa of 121 Calumet Cut Lane, Franklin was arrested on 1-12-2012 at 7:35 am on a warrant for Failure to Appear on the charge of Pit-bull Ordinance and was additionally charged with Theft over $500.00.  Deputy was conducted an investigation into a stolen dirt bike that above was a suspect.  During investigation it was also learned of a warrant for suspect's arrest.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail with no bond at this time.

 

On 1-12-2012 at 8:18 am two Female Juveniles 14 yoa of Charenton were arrested for Disturbing the Peace by Fighting.  Deputy was called to B.E. Boudreaux Middle School in reference to juveniles being involved in a fight.  Upon Deputy's arrival school principal advised that the two students were involved a fight and took several teachers to separate them.  Both Juveniles were placed under arrest, processed and released to guardians pending juvenile court proceedings.

 

Nicholas Morrison 18 yoa of 803 Park St., Patterson was arrested on 1-12-2012 at 10:07 am for Unauthorized Entry of an Inhabited Dwelling and Unauthorized Use of an Access Card.  Complainant came into the Morgan City Sheriff's Office and reported the theft of debit card and the unauthorized entry of her residence by suspect.  Suspect was located at Patterson High School and brought in for investigation.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail with a $5000.00 bond and was later released.

 

Patricia E. Rush 32 yoa of 19143 Hwy 182 A West, Jeanerette was arrested on 1-12-2012 at 11:04 am on warrants for five counts of Issuing Worthless Checks.  Suspect was located in the courthouse, placed under arrest and booked into the parish jail with a $6750.00 bond and was later released.

 

Alfred J. Maxie Sr. 60 yoa of 1016 ½ Eagle St., Franklin was arrested on 1-12-2012 at 5:14 pm for DWI, Careless Operation and Hit and Run Driving.  Deputy was called to Irish Bend Road around the American Legion Hall in reference to a vehicle in the ditch.  Upon Deputy's arrival to the area it was also learned that suspect vehicle had hit a fence at Sterling Sugars.  Deputy located suspect and upon making contact with suspect an odor of alcoholic beverage was observed upon his person.  After investigation suspect was placed under arrest and transported to Franklin Police Department to run on the Intoxilyzer 5000.  Suspect refused to take test and was booked into the parish jail with no bond at this time.

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