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Michael Paul Gaudin II. (State Police / Special to the American Press)<br>

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Crime Roundup: Moss Bluff man arrested after fighting with state troopers

Last Modified: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 12:30 AM

Special to the American Press

A 21-year-old Moss Bluff man is facing a host of charges after fighting with troopers Tuesday afternoon, state police said.

Sgt. James Anderson, Troop D spokesman, said Michael Paul Gaudin II has been charged with obstructing a public passage, resisting an officer, felony battery on a police officer, misdemeanor battery on a police officer, simple criminal damage to property, disturbing the peace by public intoxication and pedestrian walking improperly upon a highway.

Bond was set at $4,100.

"Shortly before 5 p.m., we received a call about a pedestrian jumping in and out of traffic on U.S. 171 near La. 3059," Anderson said in a news release. "Two nearby Troopers responded and encountered the Gaudin near the middle of the highway.

"Troopers agreed to give Gaudin a ride in order to get him off the highway. During a safety check for weapons, a suspicious object was discovered in his pocket that prompted Troopers to detain Gaudin for further investigation. The object was thought to be drug related."

Anderson said Gaudin became combative, striking one of the Troopers in the face and fighting vigorously, before he was restrained with the use of a Taser.

One of the Troopers suffered torn ligaments in his leg and a possible dislocated ankle, Anderson said.



Lake Charles man charged with rape

A 56-year-old Lake Charles man has been charged with aggravated rape and false imprisonment, city police said.

Deputy Chief Mark Kraus said Carleton Stevens Jr., 1732 21st St., was arrested Friday.

“Stevens brought the victim to his residence and tried to get her into the home,” Kraus said. “The victim declined and attempted to leave. Stevens forced the victim inside and sexually assaulted her and held against her will.”

Kraus said the victim, an acquaintance of Stevens, went to the hospital and authorities were notified.



Vinton man charged with armed robbery

A 29-year-old Vinton man has been charged in connection with a 2011 armed robbery.

According to records from the Calcasieu Correctional Center, David Deville, 1699 Horridge St., was arrested Monday afternoon by the Vinton Police Department.

Bond was set at $160,000.

In April 2003, Deville was sentenced to three years in prison without parole on a charge of first-degree robbery.



Lake Charles men charged with theft, burglary

Two Lake Charles men have been charged with theft and burglary of a vehicle, city police said.

Deputy Chief Mark Kraus said Joshua Senegal, 21, and Diamond King, 21, were arrested early Friday morning.

“Officers were dispatched to 211 Louie Street in reference to a burglary in progress,” Kraus said Monday in a news release. “A citizen saw the suspects breaking into and walking away from the vehicle and looking in other vehicles in the parking lot. Senegal and King were detained by officers and the property stolen from the vehicle was located on the suspects.”

Senegal, 114 North Lincoln St., was released Saturday morning after posting a $2,000 bond.

King, 401 Scott St., remained in jail Tuesday on a $20,000 bond.



Arrest Reports

The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:

• Roland Allen Howard, 43, 707 Sycamore St. — simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Bond: $20,000.

Dametris Lavon Jones, 22, 1106 Banneker St., DeQuincy — simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, theft under $500, simple criminal damage to property under $500. Bond: $8,000.

Marion Ray Anderson, 17, 811 Orange St. — two counts of simple burglary, two counts of theft over $500. Bond: $3,000.

Troy Deandre Griggs, 19, 3502 Burton Lane — two counts of simple burglary, two counts of theft over $500. Bond: $3,000.

Taylor Lynn Ryan, 18, 2061 Smith Road — two counts of simple burglary, two counts of theft under $300. Bond: $3,000.

Michael Paul Abele, 38, 1922 Bank St. — drug possession with intent to distribute. Bond: $2,500.

Wilbert Joseph Lafleur, 36, 404 S. Cherry St. — violation of protective orders, domestic abuse battery.

Phillip Dereal Tyrone Williams, 20, 1709 Gieffers St. — domestic abuse battery.

Troy Eugene Williford, 49, 805 Topsy Road, No. 40 — creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory, drug possession, cruelty to juveniles, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Robyn Ann Williford, 49, 805 Topsy Road, No. 79 — creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory, drug possession with intent to distribute, cruelty to juveniles, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kimberly Dawn Soileau, 41, 158 Ieyoub Road, Ragley — forgery, theft $500 to $1,500.

Logan Vitalis Richard, 18, 1708 Belden St. — simple burglary.

Daniel Braxton Jones, 34, 2024 Columbus St., New Orleans — drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to signal, non-moving violation.

Howard Edwards, 40, 1721 Broadmoor Drive — marijuana possession with intent to distribute.


The Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:

Estal Reeves, 40, Lake Charles — three counts of criminal trespassing, three counts of theft. Bond: $60,000.

Richard Cunningham, 39, Houma — drug possession. Bond: $35,000.

Gary Herrin, 52, Montgomery, Texas — DWI, reckless operation, open container violation. Bond: $3,300.

Charles Marcantel, 55, DeRidder — DWI, reckless operation, simple criminal damage to property, no proof of insurance, driving with a suspended license.

Tommy Sheppard, 45, Fields — creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory.



The Sulphur Police Department reported the following arrests:

Taylor Glenn King, 17, West Elizabeth Street, Sulphur — theft.

Mary Dec LaFleur, 39. La. 27 South, Sulphur — theft.

Louis R. Santiago, 30, Palm Bay, Fla. — theft, resisting arrest

Conni Parsley Bertrand, 36, Tower Road, Westlake — DWI, open container violation, failure to signal, child endangerment.

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