3 men lugging stuff from home held on theft charges - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

3 men lugging stuff from home held on theft charges

Kenneth Richard Squibb Kenneth Richard Squibb
Kenneth Layne Squibb Kenneth Layne Squibb
Chris Wayne Squibb Chris Wayne Squibb

Three men seen leaving a Lake Charles home carrying several items, including a firearm, were arrested Monday by city police.

A concerned resident flagged down an officer who was on patrol and stated that he saw three men in a white Nissan Altima break in to the victim's home. 

Kenneth Layne Squibb, 49, of Lake Charles; Kenneth Richard Squibb, 28; and Chris Wayne Squibb, 23, both of Ragley, were taken into custody and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center

They have been charged with aggravated burglary, theft, and theft of a gun.

The recovered property was returned to the owner, and the suspect's vehicle was towed to L.C.P.D where it was searched and additional property was recovered.

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