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Beauregard Parish recent arrests

Devin Bean (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office) Devin Bean (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office)
Derek Cantrell (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office) Derek Cantrell (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office)
Linda Watson (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office) Linda Watson (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office)
Victor Schmidt (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office) Victor Schmidt (Photo courtesy of the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office)

The following is a news release from the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office:

Devin Bean, age 23, of Lake Charles, was arrested January 12th in Beauregard Parish. Bean is charged with possession of Crack Cocaine with Intent to Distribute and Possession of Marijuana  following a traffic stop by a BPSO Drug Interdiction Unit. Bean was processed into the Parish Jail. Bonds were set at $17,000. Det. Goodwin and Maddox made the arrest.
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Derek Cantrell, age 21, of DeRidder, was arrested January 13th in DeRidder. Cantrell was arrested on a Bench Warrant for failure to appear in court on citations written for Driving Under Suspension, No Insurance and Failure to Obey a Stop Sign. Cantrell was processed into the Parish Jail. Bond was set at $5000. Cantrell also has a probation hold.
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Linda Watson, age 27, of DeRidder, was arrested January 12th in DeRidder. Watson was arrested on a Probation Violation Warrant. Watson was processed into the Parish Jail with no bond.
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Victor Schmidt, age 52, and Christine Villeda, age 52, both of Lake Charles, were arrested this week on warrants issued from Beauregard Parish. Both are charged with Simple Kidnapping following an investigation into a complaint received that a man and a woman had taken a 16 year old juvenile from a residence in Longville. Both were processed into the Parish Jail. No bond has been set.
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