One violation turns into two arrests for this pair
On Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 2245 hours, according to the official report, a Louisiana State Police officer observed a black Toyota 4 Runner on US 80 heading westbound at LA 546 drifting left of the center several times and driving left of the center as it topped a hill crest. The officer stopped the vehicle and the driver was identified as Sarah K. Johnston. Johnston had droopy eyes, a dazed look, she swayed as she stood, she had a slight odor of an alcoholic type of beverage, she fumbled with paperwork, and she had slurred speech. She stated that she was going home from the bar and could not find her driver’s license. Johnston submitted to the standardized field sobriety tests and was showed to be too impaired to operate a motor vehicle safely. Johnston had opened half full beer cans in the vehicle. The officer placed her under arrest and transported her to OCC. Johnston submitted to the intoxilyzer 9000 and her blood alcohol concentration was shown to be .183g %. The officer approached the passenger to inquire if he was sober and if he had a driver’s license. He said he did but not on his person. He gave the officer the name, “David Fuller”. The officer then asked why Johnston called him Landon. He said his name was David Landon Fuller with March 6, 1983 as his date of birth. The officer found no record. Fuller was not being honest about his I.D. and gave a different date of birth. The officer placed Fuller under arrest and he immediately began to threaten the officer. Fuller attempted to light a lighter in the back seat of the patrol unit en route to OCC. Fuller continued to threaten the officer until they arrived at OCC. He finally identified himself as Richard Landon Fuller. Fuller had four warrants for his arrest.
“I don’t give a f**k about the police”
On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, according to the official report, a ULM Police officer was dispatched to a residence in reference to a noise complaint. Upon arrival, the officer observed approximately 150-200 people inside/near the residence. The officer made contact with the resident, who advised that the people were leaving. The officer then made contact with the arrestee several times and advised her to leave. The officer initiated siren to which she moved approximately two feet and stated, “I don’t give a f**k about the police”. The officer then advised the arrestee that she was under arrest and she started walking away as the officer attempted to handcuff her, calling out people’s names for help. The officer handcuffed the arrestee and she jerked out of the handcuffs, freeing herself. The officer was then able to get her into handcuffs. The officer tried to walk her to the other officer’s patrol unit, but she would not walk, so the officer had to escort her in an arm bar to the unit. The transporting officer had to pull over while transporting her to jail because the arrestee was using her cell phone. Once the officer stopped to get the cell phone for officer safety the arrestee refused to give it up, putting it in an unknown location. Once at OCC the arrestee admitted to consuming on Four Loko alcoholic beverage.
Man attempts to steal over $600 in merchadise
On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, according to the official report, Roosevelt Atkins was arrested after he was detained by Wal-Mart Loss Prevention employees, and they advised a Monroe Police officer that Atkins was observed to have put $653.76 worth of merchandise in a buggy. Atkins was observed on video to pull a receipt out of his pocket as he approached the exit doors. When there was no receipt checker at the door, Atkins then crumbled up the receipt, and put it in his pocket, he was then stopped within five – eight feet of the exit door after he had passed all points of sale. After his detainment, the receipt Atkins crumbled up was found to be from a Y-Not Stop store in Jonesville, LA. Atkins had no receipt for the items in the buggy, and he advised, post Miranda, that he was only going to leave the buggy at the door so that he could go get his wife from the lot so that she could tell him if the items in the buggy were the items she wanted to get. While in police custody, a glass tube with steel wool stuffed into one end was found in his pants pocket, and he advised, post Miranda, that he had a crack-cocaine addiction, and that the pipe was used for smoking. Atkins was also reported by a Wal-Mart Loss Prevention witness who stated that Atkins was banned from all Wal-Mart properties due to previous incidents, and that Atkins was wanted by Natchez, MS police for several felony counts committed the previous night at a Wal-Mart there in Natchez.
Man slashes woman’s tires during altercation
On Thursday, December 7, 2017, according to the official report, Sterlington Police Department received a call in reference to a disturbance at Manor Apartments. Upon the officer’s arrivals, officers observed two vehicles outside an apartment with flat tires and a black female hollering at someone to get out of her residence. The officers were familiar with the residence from prior domestic disturbances. The officers made contact with Tremaine Alford who was handcuffed and Mirandized as he was breathing heavily and appeared to be upset. Alford advised that he had gotten into a verbal altercation with the victim, who did not want to come outside and speak to the officers for some time. Alford advised that the victim slashed the tires of his vehicle, so he slashed all four tires of her vehicle. The victim came outside and showed the officers where Alford had put his hand around her neck causing bruising and a large knot in the middle of her forehead. The victim observed Alford slash her tires with a knife and then slashed his own and told her that he would tell the police that she did it. A witness advised that she was present for the altercation and verified that Alford placed his hand on the victim in an aggressive manner. The altercation occurred in front of their four small children. Alford was placed under arrest and transported to OCC for booking. The victim notification form is attached.
Two men caught with schedule I CDS WITD
On Friday, December 8, 2017, according to the official report, a Louisiana State Police officer observed a silver Kia traveling east on I-20 near milepost 101. The officer observed the vehicle to slow and drive its right side tires onto and across the white fog line. While preparing to stop the vehicle, the officer noted the vehicle’s driver side brake light was not working. The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and contacted the driver, Lidier Curbelo-Carballar. The officer advised Curbelo-Carballar of why he was being stopped and asked for his driver’s license. While speaking to him, he indicated that he didn’t speak English well. Curbelo-Carballar handed the officer a FL driver’s license and indicated he was coming from Dallas heading back home to FL from vacation. The officer then made contact with the front passenger of the vehicle and identified him as Hector Cordero, Jr. Cordero stated that they were coming from Dallas and his friend (not present) owned the vehicle. When asked, Cordero what his driver’s name was and he told the officer that he didn’t remember it. The officer then ran a driver’s license and a warrant check on both occupants. After the completion of the checks, the officer presented Curbelo-Carballar with a LSP Consent to Search Form. Both the driver and the passenger refused to consent to any search. LSP K-9 was deployed and gave a positive alert. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed approximately 26 pounds of marijuana located in the rear seat and trunk area. Both subjects were arrested, interviewed, and booked into O.C.C.
Man breaks into business and sells stolen goods
On November 17, 2017, according to the official report, a Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputy responded to a business in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival the victim advised the deputy that unknown suspects forced entry into his business, and removed four Cyclone blowers used for jump houses. The deputy observed the back door to the business was forced open and pieces of the lock were lying on the ground. On Friday, December 8, 2017, the victim contacted an investigator stating that another jumper business contacted them advising them that they had purchased two blowers. The victim stated that the business sent her photos of the two blowers, and they positively identified them due to unique altercations they had done. The other business also advised that they purchased the blowers from a Casey subject. The victim stated that she has an employee named Casey Davis. The victim then asked the business what phone number the Casey subject contacted them from, and observed it to match their employee (Casey Davis). The investigator made contact with Davis at a residence and advised him of his rights per Miranda. Davis admitted to taking the blowers, and showed the investigator the other two blowers in the trunk of his car. Davis was then placed under arrest and transported to OCC for booking.