Arrests published April 17, 2018

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<div class="article_viewer_container"><div class="this_article"><div id="articleViewerPopup_articleViewer" class="article_viewer ArticleViewer text use-3d ltr" data-olive-control="ArticleViewer"><div class="animation-wrapper"><div class="align-wrapper offset-wrapper"><div class="zoom-wrapper"><div class="article" lang="en" xml_lang="en" data-view-mode="text"><div class="Content"><p class="indent"><strong>The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:</strong>

Jeremy James Landreneau, 26, 136 Meadow Road, Ragley — two counts drug possession; prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia; possession of a prescription for a CDS and/or Legend drug; direct contempt of court. Bond: $9,000. 

John Robert Cooley Jr., 39, 3307 Hickory Drive — possession of a prescription for a CDS and/or Legend drug; display of plates; prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia; two counts drug possession; no motor vehicle insurance; operating vehicle while license is suspended. Bond: $11,000. 

Derek Gerard Jackson, 35, 1406 14th St. — seven counts direct contempt of court. Bond: $12,000. 

Randy Lee Nugiba II, 30, 312 Bruce Lane, Reeves — operating vehicle while license is suspended; obtaining CDS from multiple health care practitioners. 

Jon Dalton McCarty, 25, 306 Sally Lane, DeQuincy — simple criminal damage to property less than $1,000; domestic abuse battery. 

Lensley Earl Johnnie, 33, Lafayette — driving on roadway laned for traffic; operating vehicle while license is suspended; drug possession; possession of a controlled dangerous substance; resisting an officer; aggravated flight from an officer; transactions involving proceeds from drug offenses. 

Stacey E. Henry, 40, 622 Iris St., No. 2 — domestic abuse battery. 

Allen Paul Manuel Jr., 39, 4249 Fifth Ave., U24 — domestic abuse battery, child endangerment; direct contempt of court. 

Jeffrey Allen Duplechin, 35, 628 Urban St., Sulphur — two counts direct contempt of court; domestic abuse battery. 

Leroy Smith Jr., 45, Houma — drug possession. Bond: $5,000.

Marion Joseph Williams, 19, 8559 Gulf Highway — domestic abuse battery; two counts theft less than $1,000.

Eric Leblanc, 39, 2321 Power Centre Parkway — possession of synthetic marijuana, third offense; obstruction of justice; driving on roadway laned for traffic. Bond: $22,750. 

Devin Demir Stephens, 33, 519 Albert St. — two counts drug possession; prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia; direct contempt of court. Bond: $9,000. 

Roy Thomas Jr., 64, Opelousas — theft from $1,000 but less than $5,000. Bond: $10,000. 

Osborn James Freeman, 46, 650 V.E. Washington Ave. — filing or maintaining false public records. Bond: $5,000. 

Chevette Marie Ardoin, 37, 4200 Louisiana Ave. — failure to return or surrender leased moveables; drug possession; certain activities regarding contraband in penal institutions prohibited. Bond: $10,000. 

Erica Danielle Freeman, 40, 650 V.E. Washington Ave. — filing or maintaining false public records. Bond: $5,000. 

Tessie Amamda Breaux, 34, 323 Glenn St. — domestic abuse battery. 

Derida Lewis Simien, 57, 2713 General Moore Ave. — domestic abuse battery; battery of a police officer. 

Devin Michael Garza, 28, Pearland, Texas — two counts issuing worthless checks over $1,500. Bond: $10,000. 

Chad Emery Leger, 28, 304 W. Nichols St., Welsh — theft less than $1,000; theft of a motor vehicle; six counts theft of a firearm. Bond: $60,000.

<hr /><p class="indent"><strong>Sulphur police reported the following arrests:</strong>

Billy Joe Meche, 19, Breaux Lane, Sulphur — domestic abuse battery. 

Joshua Richard Heaton, 22, Maplewood Drive, Sulphur — domestic abuse battery. 

Valentin Cisneros, 33, Bryan, Texas — simple possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia.

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