Stolen goods recovered, more charges for Bossier City man - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

More charges for Bossier City man after stash of stolen goods recovered

BOSSIER CITY, LA (KSLA) -

A Bossier City man is facing more charges in connection with a series of vehicle burglaries, after a search turned up numerous additional items detectives say he stole.

Charles D. Blue was already charged with burglary last Thursday, after Bossier City Police say they busted him in an overnight surveillance operation at Lander's Dodge in the 2700 block of Benton Road.

Detectives say they say they saw him enter a vehicle that was parked in a secured area outside the repair shop. Detectives also seized Blue's vehicle and recovered dozens of items inside that are believed to have been taken in the burglaries at the dealership and in other recent vehicle burglaries. Those items include men's wedding bands, two Rolex watches, gift cards, GPS navigation devices, iPods, collectable gold coins, tools and flashlights.

On Monday, police say they turned up multiple handguns, knives, GPS navigation systems and wedding rings in a search of a Shreveport home where Blue occasionally stays.

Detectives have determined that some of the items, including two of the handguns, were stolen in recent vehicle burglaries in Bossier City.

Detectives ask anyone who has recently had these types of items stolen from their vehicle to contact the Bossier City Police Department at (318) 741-8665.

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