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Recent arrest in Beauregard Parish

Wilton Wisby (photo courtesy of Beauregard  Parish Police Department) Wilton Wisby (photo courtesy of Beauregard Parish Police Department)
Michael Leger (photo courtesy of Beauregard  Parish Police Department) Michael Leger (photo courtesy of Beauregard Parish Police Department)
Lloyd Cooley (photo courtesy of Beauregard  Parish Police Department) Lloyd Cooley (photo courtesy of Beauregard Parish Police Department)
Kenneth Burnworth (photo courtesy of Beauregard  Parish Police Department) Kenneth Burnworth (photo courtesy of Beauregard Parish Police Department)
Curtis Cheley (photo courtesy of Beauregard  Parish Police Department) Curtis Cheley (photo courtesy of Beauregard Parish Police Department)

The following is from the Beauregard Parish Police Department:

Wilton Wisby, 31, of DeRidder, was arrested January 20th. Wisby is charged with possession of schedule II (meth) and possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on Highway 171 during which the items were found in the vehicle he was operating. Wisby was transported to the Beauregard Parish jail where he was processed and later released on $7500 bond. Deputies Moreland and Grant made the stop.

Michael Leger, 36, of Starks, was arrested January 20th. Leger is charged with DUI 2nd following an investigative stop made by deputies who observed a man relieving himself along Highway 27. Leger was processed into the Parish Jail and later released on $10,000 bond. Deputies Grant and Boyd made the arrest.

Lloyd Cooley, 31, of Lake Charles was arrested January 20th in Merryville. Cooley is charged with 5 counts of burglary, 2 counts of criminal trespass, 3 counts of criminal damage to property, 1 count of theft and 1 count of theft of a firearm following an investigation into camp burglaries. Additional charges are pending following the discovery of a truck found near the scene which was reported stolen from Lake Charles. Cooley was processed into the Parish Jail. Bonds were set at $57,500. Deputy Floyd Martin investigated.

Kenneth Burnworth, 55, of Sulphur, was arrested January 24th at BPSO. Burnworth is charged with simple burglary and theft following an investigation into a report of missing scrap metal from a construction site. Burnworth was processed into the Parish Jail. Bond is set at $25,000. Detective Jared Morton investigated.

Curtis Cheley, 35, of DeRidder, was arrested January 25th at his residence. Cheley, who is wanted by the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office on charges of attempted carjacking, battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and intentionally taking of a motor vehicle by force was arrested without incident by members of BPSO Special Operations. Cheley was processed into the Beauregard Parish Jail and was later released to Acadia Parish authorities.

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