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Crime Roundup: Arrest reports released

Last Modified: Wednesday, October 02, 2013 2:30 PM

Special to the American Press

All information taken from reports from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office and Sulphur Police Department.

People listed have been charged with crimes and are innocent unless proven guilty. Hometown is Lake Charles unless noted otherwise.

If there is a mistake in these listings, please contact online editor Michael Cooper at 494-4077 or mcooper@americanpress.com


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

Jace Allen Berwick, 38, 1767 Marsalise Dr. Sulphur LA, 70663 — attempted attempt and conspiracy (eight counts). Bond: $2,400,000.
Jessica Nicole Bogard, 36, 749 Majestic Oak Drive Sulphur LA, 70663 — attempt and conspiracy. Bond: $250,000.
Toby N. Alaniz, 23, 932 Tallow Road. Lot 35 — possession  or distribution of drugs with intent to distribute, posession of marijuana. Bond:$50,000.
Marc Lefevre, 44, 9301 Gulf Highway — theft of goods over $1,500. Bond: $10,000.
Daniel Joseph Batiste, 17, 1801 Penny Drive Vinton LA, 70668 — simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, theft under $500, simple criminal damage to property less than $500, possession of unidentifiable firearm. Bond: $6,000.
Lane Colton Harlow, 17, 4054 R.E. Robertson Road. Vinton LA, 70668 — simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, theft under $500, simple criminal damage to property less than $500, possession of unidentifiable firearm. Bond: $5,000.
Disha Deshawn Hayes, 20, 1505 McNabb St. — illegal posession of stolen things, careless operation, operating vehicle while license is suspended. Bond: $2,000.
Robert Cody Lanclos, 30, 111 Vine St. Sulphur LA, 70663 — theft of a firearm. Bond: $2,000.
Darryl Lee Johnson, 56, 2024 Woodring St. — theft of goods under $500, criminal trespass, aggravated flight from an officer. Bond: $1,000.
DiaMonique Yvette Tezeno, 20, 704 Pear St. — theft of goods under $500. Bond: $1,000.

Posted By: Marlene Leger On: 7/17/2013

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Now you decide "their innocent until proven guilty"?????? Usually that is not an option with the media, all their worried about is the Drama and getting the scoop!

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