Last Modified: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 8:55 PM
Special to the American Press
Deputies have arrested one person but are looking for three more in connection with an August fight at a Sulphur home, authorities said.
Jeffery L. Benoit, 50, has been arrested, but deputies are searching for Kimberly R. Smith, 32, Charles A. Simon, 38, and Kimberly D. Doucet, 24, said Kim Myers, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman.
Benoit and Smith, both of 2010 Patton St., Lot 8; Simon, 728 W. Burton St.; and Doucet, 3903 Carlyss Drive, are all Sulphur residents.
Myers said the four got into an argument that turned physical, resulting in the victim being “knocked unconscious and continually beaten after falling to the ground.”
A family member tried to help the victim, but was also struck numerous times in the face, resulting in severe bruising and a facial fracture, she said.
Arrest warrants were issued for the four on Dec. 5, Myers said. Benoit’s bond was set at $42,500, she said. Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Smith, Simon or Doucet is asked to call 491-3605.
Student arrested on weapons charge
A Sulphur High student was arrested Monday for bringing a knife and “pellet-type pistol” to school, said Kim Myers, Calcasieu Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman.
Logan James Carroll, 17, 406 Garrett Dive, was arrested at 2:06 p.m. at Sulphur High on a charge of carrying a weapon on school property. His bond was set at $2,500.
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:
Cynthia Sue Hodges, 42, 206 LaBlanc Oak St., DeQuincy — 10 counts of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $5,000.
Elizabeth Danyelle Webb, 25, 3619 Texas St., No. 100 — home invasion, drug possession. Bond: $250,000.
Todd Blake Vice, 31, 1433 Stevenson St., Vinton — home invasion, simple battery of the infirm.
Quintin Leon Webb, 28, 3619 Texas St., No. 100 — home invasion. Bond: $25,000.
Timothy Wayne Phillips, 25, 3548 Harmon Broussard Road, Sulphur — drug possession. Bond: $15,000.
Jeffery Lynn Benoit, 50, two counts of second-degree battery, simple criminal property damage under $500. Bond: $42,500.
Those listed are presumed innocent until proved guilty.