Last Modified: Thursday, August 22, 2013 8:47 PM
Gerald Brent Debarge is facing a new stalking charge.
Debarge, 48, who has faced similar charges in the past, was indicted Thursday on one count of stalking.
District Attorney spokeswoman Holly Carter said Debarge, who has been jailed at Calcasieu Correctional Center for more than a year, in July sent a letter to a person who he had been ordered not to contact.
CCC officials had revoked his letter-writing privileges and had only recently reinstated them when he allegedly sent the letter, Carter said.
Debarge “continued to harass an individual and she feels threatened,” Carter said.
Debarge faced nearly 40 charges, including domestic abuse by strangulation, in 2012, but pleaded guilty to one count of violation of a protective order in March 2012. He was sentenced to two years probation,
He was arrested on Aug. 4, 2012, on a separate stalking charges and has been in jail since.
In January, he was found guilty of injuring a police dog and resisting an officer during his August arrest.
• A Washington man was indicted on a charge of possessing marijuana in an amount over 60 pounds.
Police said a traffic stop on Interstate 10 in July led to the arrest of Mamadou Hassimiou Barry, 37.
Police said he was transporting 80 pounds of marijuana, worth $120,000, from Houston to Atlanta.
• Richard Thibodeaux Jr., 59, was indicted on two 20-year-old counts of sexual battery.
The grand jury returned true bills on one count of sexual battery and one count of oral sexual battery.
The indictment said the alleged incidents happened between March 18, 1992, and March 17, 1993.
• Two Moss Bluff residents were indicted on 33 counts of operating a methamphetamine lab.
Melanie Michelle Barber, 40, and Austin Paul Sonnier, 23, also face one count of drug possession and one count of drug production with the intent to distribute.
Authorities said 33 small meth-making kits, called “shake-and-bake” labs, were found in a trailer camper.
Posted By: Jamie On: 8/23/2013
Title: Time Bomb
How many signs is this guy going to give that he is one snap from severely injuring or killing someone? Sadly, sometime soon we are going to hear how the justice department failed to protect the innocent victims.