5/19: Calcasieu Parish Sheriff announces arrest list

Published 5:37 pm Thursday, May 19, 2022

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

Jeremy Joseph Trahan, 41, 3596 Pete Seay Road No. 26, Sulphur — two counts violations of protective orders.

Glenn Irving Landry, 45, 7971 Elliott Road — aggravated assault with a firearm; possession of firearm or carrying concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain felonies.

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Kirk Wayne August, 44, 710 N. Lyons St. — two counts drug possession; possession of marijuana, first offense (14 grams or less); prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia; illegal use of weapons or dangerous instruments.

Diana Lynn Linsalata, 51, 1600 W. Fourth St. No. 37, DeQuincy — domestic abuse aggravated assault.

Charles Lee Siverand, 45, 401 S. Cherry St. — possession of or dealing in firearms with obliterated number or mark; possession of firearm or carrying of concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain domestic abuse battery and certain offense of battery of a dating partner. Bond: $70,000.

Marlon James Pettieway, 38, 614 Hobson St., Westlake — theft of a motor vehicle from $5,000 but less than $25,000. Bond: $15,000.

Howard Jake Parker, 27, 2308 Green Briars St. — domestic abuse battery.

Joshua Ray Price, 40, 3556 M. Ogea Road — illegal possession of stolen things from $1,000 but less than $5,000; theft from $1,000 but less than $5,000; simple burglary.

Brinasia Janae Roberson, 20, 2723 Hinton St. — aggravated battery; domestic abuse battery, child endangerment.

Brandon Jay Ange, 42, 700 Henning Drive No. 88, Sulphur — domestic abuse battery.

Joshua David Roberts, 33, 2465 La. 397 — domestic abuse battery.

Joseph Allen Braxton, 34, 3900 Westwood Road No. 3211, Westlake — operating while intoxicated, fourth offense; careless operation; driver must be licensed; no seat belt.

Christian Abby Nicole Harvey, 31, 4757 Doyle Cemetery Road, Starks — theft less than $1,000; five counts direct contempt of court; simple burglary; theft less than $1,000; simple criminal damage to property from $1,000 but less than $50,000; prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia.