Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 7856 Main Street Courthouse Annex, Suite 121, Houma, 70360 LA
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Phone: (985) 876-2500
Fax: (985) 857-0274
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Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is located at 7856 Main Street Courthouse Annex, Suite 121, Houma, 70360 LA. The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office phone number is (985) 876-2500.

Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office News

November 9, 2018 Sought by Authorities Sat. Nov. 10, 2018 Wesley Paul Cheramie, w/m, birth date 9/27/1980, 1627 Bayou Dularge Rd. Theriot, La. Charges: • Simple burglary Agency: Terrebonne Parish S.O. Update: None Note: Anyone with information concerning the location of the Sought by Authorities suspect is asked to call the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, (985)876-2500 or Crime Stoppers, 1(800)743-7433, and may be eligible for a cash reward.

News Release Nov. 8, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Wednesday evening, Nov. 7, 2018, at approx. 6:00 p.m. Terrebonne Parish deputies and detectives responded to a fire at the Sunlight Baptist Church, 952 Bull Run Rd. Schriever, La. ​The Schriever Volunteer Fire Department arrived on scene and began extinguishing the fire which was fully engulfed. There were additional fire department that assisted and they are as follows: St. John Parish Fire Department, West Terrebonne Fire Department, Bayou Cane Fire Department and the Thibodaux Volunteer Fire Department. ​The cause of fire is undetermined at this time however foul play is not suspected. There is an ongoing joint investigation being conducted by the TPSO Fire investigations unit along with the La. State Fire Marshal Office. Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to call the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, (985)876-2500.

News Release Nov. 7, 2018 Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Tuesday morning, Nov. 7, 2018, at approx. 10:00 a.m. Terrebonne Parish deputies responded to the parking lot of Demitasse Café, 6815 West Park Ave. Houma, La. regarding an accident with injuries. Upon arrival after further investigation it was determined that a female driver drove into the parking lot and attempted to park her vehicle, 2013 grey in color Ford Explorer. The lady allegedly attempted to shift her vehicle into park and began exiting the vehicle when the vehicle began to roll backwards. The lady then attempted to re-enter her vehicle when she was stuck by the driver’s door and knocked to the pavement. The lady was trapped under the front left driver wheel. A civilian then responded to the lady who was yelling for help. The civilian managed to shift the vehicle into park and turn of the engine. Bayou Cane First Responders was able to use their equipment in order to raise the vehicle and remove the lady from beneath it. Acadian Ambulance treated her on scene before she was transported to the Terrebonne General Hospital. The lady was later transported to University Hospital of New Orleans where she passed away, she is identified as Nell Legendre, age 75, of Geist St. Houma, La.

News Release Nov. 7, 2018 Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 6, 2018, Terrebonne Parish deputies responded to the 400 block of American Blvd. Houma in reference to a teenager walking around carrying a handgun. This teenager was accompanied by two other teenagers. Prior to the deputies’ arrival the three teenage males left the area walking through the Ashland North Subdivision. Deputies patrolled the area and located all three subjects on Mozart Dr. Two of the three teenagers were identified by the proper names and later released. The third teenager gave deputies a false name. After further investigation the suspect was identified as Treveoate Mosley. During the search of him deputies located a 9mm handgun in his pants pocket. This handgun was recovered and Mosley was taken into custody without incident. The handgun was registered as stolen. Deputies then learned that there was an Attempted 2nd degree murder arrest warrant for Mosely that was obtained by the Houma Police Department. Treveoate Mosley, b/m, age 17, 3443 Fallon Dr. Houma, La. was arrested for Illegal possession of a stolen firearm, illegal carrying of a weapon and resisting an officer. He was also charged with the Attempted 2nd degree murder for the HPD arrest warrant. Mosley remains in the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex on a $150,000.00 bond.

The Terrebonne Parish Sheriffs Office would like to remind you that while out and bout tonight to do your part in keeping our children safe while they are Trick or Treating. The Terrebonne Parish Sheriffs Office will have an additional 90 Deputies patrolling the streets and neighborhoods in order to keep our children safe. Please be safe and have a Happy Halloween.

October 29, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry J. Larpenter states that at Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office deputies arrested Chrissy Henry (39 years of age, residing at 3802 Hwy 56 in Chauvin, LA) for Aggravated Second Degree Battery, Possession of a Legend Drug, Possession of CDS IV and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. ​Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office deputies were called at 6343 Hwy 56 in Chauvin, in reference to a female being stabbed during an altercation. Through the investigation, it was learned that Chrissy Henry arrived at the location in her vehicle and began arguing with a female at that location. The two began to scuffle when Henry reportedly brandished a knife and stabbed the female once in the chest area. Henry remained on scene until Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office deputies arrived and took her into custody without incident. During a search incidental to arrest, deputies located narcotics and narcotic paraphernalia on Henry. The female victm was treated by the Little Caillou Fire Department prior to being transported by Acadian Ambulance Service to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. ​Chrissy Henry was booked for Aggravated Second Degree Battery, Possession of a Legend Drug, Possession of CDS IV and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and is being held in lieu of a $75,000 bond.

News Release Oct. 26, 2018 Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on October 24, 2018, Wednesday morning at approx. 11:30 a.m. the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding a boating accident that resulted in a missing fisherman. After receiving the call TPSO water patrol responded to the area of Grand Pass Dezille near Dog Lake and rescued the deckhand who is identified as Rocky Rel (Age 39) of Dularge, La. Rel directed TPSO water patrol to the area in which the search for the boat captain began. The missing boat captain is Eugene Michael Lodrigue, (Age 60) of Dulac, La. The vessel is a 40 ft. fiberglass Lafitte Skiff with a closed-in cabin. The TPSO Water Patrol, La. Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries, U.S. Coast Guard and Dularge First responders immediately began to search the area. The search has been ongoing since the day of occurrence but the victim has not been located. There will be more information released as this investigation continues.

October 26, 2018 Sought by Authorities Sat. Oct. 27, 2018 Coty Harris, b/m, birth date 8/15/1981, 400 Johnson Ridge Ln. Thibodaux, La. Charges: • Failure to appear in court • Child support • Domestic abuse battery by strangulation • Second degree battery • Aggravated battery Agency: Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Update: Anthony Mallory Wolfe Sr. was arrested on 10/07/18.

News Release October 25, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018, Terrebonne Parish deputies responded to an automobile theft that occurred in the 1700 block of Grand Caillou Rd. Houma. The victim reported that his vehicle was unlocked with the keys left in it and was parked next to his camper trailer. The stolen vehicle was a silver colored 2016 Kia Optima. ​During this same time frame there was an elderly Terrebonne Parish resident who arrived at the Sheriff’s Office and filed a complaint that his cell phone was stolen from inside of the St. Joseph Church in Chauvin, La. while he was attending a church service. TPSO detectives obtained surveillance video from the St. Joseph Church that captured the suspect who stole the victim’s cell phone as he was leaving the church parking lot in a Kia Optima. This vehicle was later determined to be the same Kia Optima that was reported stolen. ​ ​After further investigation TPSO detectives were able to positively identify the suspect as John Joseph Derrick Sr., birth date 12-03-1972, 312 Judith St. Houma, La. ​On Thursday morning, Oct. 25, 2018, TPSO deputies and detectives were patrolling when they spotted the suspect vehicle traveling on Grand Caillou Rd. near Industrial Blvd. A traffic stop was conducted and Derrick was detained without incident. Detectives obtained a search warrant for this vehicle and during the search there was stolen property recovered. This property was determined to be stolen during a vehicle burglary that recently occurred on Complete Dr. which is in the Houma Police jurisdiction. ​The stolen vehicle was returned to the registered owner and Derrick was arrested for theft of an automobile, simple burglary and theft of the cell phone. Derrick remains in the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex awaiting a bond hearing.

News Release October 25, 2018 Terrebonne Parish Sheriff, Jerry J. Larpenter, said that a narcotics investigation in Ashland North Subdivision resulted in an arrest and the recovery of illegal narcotics. In early September of 2018 Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Agents began an investigation into information received. This information indicated that there was illegal narcotic activity occurring at 2650 Anaheim Dr. Houma, La. During this investigation Narcotics Agents identified the resident of this address to be Terrence Barber (a 32 year-old black male). As the investigation continued Narcotics Agents were able to obtain arrest warrants on Barber for two counts of distribution of Heroin. On Wednesday 10-24-18, Narcotics Agents located Barber at his residence. There were also four children at the residence (aging from 1 to 11 years old). He was taken into custody in reference to the active arrest warrants. He was jailed at Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex. A search warrant was executed at Barber’s residence. During this search warrant, Narcotics Agents recovered approximately 14 grams of Heroin (street value $2,800.00), 7 grams of suspected Marijuana (street value $ 42.00), multiple oxycodone and tramadol pills, assorted drug paraphernalia, and $4,710.00 in U.S. Currency. As a result of the search warrant Barber was additionally arrested for Possession with the Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession of Oxycodone, Possession of Tramadol, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Illegal Proceeds from Drug Transactions, and four counts of Illegal Use of C.D.S. In The Presence of a Juvenile. Barber remains in the Terrebonne Parish Jail on a $110,000.00 bond.

News Release October 24, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on today, October 24, 2018, a 13 year old student was arrested at a local Junior High School for carrying an illegal weapon on school grounds. ​At approx. 2:25 p.m. the School Resource Officer at Houma Jr. High was monitoring the school buses as they were leaving the driveway. During this time he was alerted by students running off of one of the buses. The SRO boarded the bus, along with two duty teachers, in order to investigate this matter. The SRO learned that a 13 year old student was involved in an altercation with another student on the bus when she struck and used a taser against the other student. The 13 year old student was also in possession of can of pepper spray. The SRO recovered the taser and the pepper spray while on the bus. ​ ​After further investigation the 13 year old student (7th grader) was arrested for illegal carrying of a weapon on school grounds and simple battery. She was transported to the Terrebonne Parish Juvenile Justice Center where she was booked and jailed.

News Release October 24, 2018 Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Monday evening, Oct. 22, 2018, Terrebonne Parish deputies responded to 315 Everette Dr. Houma in reference to suspicious activity. Upon arrival at this location TPSO deputies made contact with the home owners. The home owners informed the deputies that they recently purchased this residence; furthermore, that they did not know the three suspects who was stealing the air condition unit. The owners inspected the residence with the deputies and learned that all of the copper wire from the air condition unit and the outside electrical panel was stolen. During the investigation deputies executed a search warrant on the suspect vehicle and recovered a tool bag that contained numerous burglary tools and drug paraphernalia etc. After further investigation TPSO deputies arrested all three suspects for possession of tools for a crime, possession of drug paraphernalia, simple burglary and simple criminal damage to property. All three suspects remain in the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex and their information are as follows: • Stephen Allen Earle Sr., age 60, 3518 Grand Caillou Rd. Houma, La. Bond $50,000.00 • Stephen Allen Earle Jr., age 35, 300 Williams Ave. #1 Houma, La. Bond $50,000.00 • Joshua John Lottinger, age 35, 337 La. Highway 55 Bourg, La. Bond $50,000.00

News Release October 19, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Thursday evening, Oct. 18, 2018, Terrebonne Parish detectives began a missing person investigating after receiving a complaint from an acquaintance of the missing man. ​The report was filed on late Thursday evening regarding a missing Thibodaux man. The information detectives received was that the man came to Houma in order to visit with some friends for a gathering. Then, later Tuesday night, 10/16/18, the man was allegedly headed back home to Thibodaux but never arrived there. Family members have been trying reach him on his cell phone but have been unsuccessful. The information on the missing man goes as follows. ​ Missing Person: Lauronell Esko Height: 5’09” Weight 220 lbs. Race: Black Gender: Male Birth date: 3/4/1972 Home Town: Thibodaux ​ Vehicle: 2003 Ford Expedition Color: Blue with beige bottom License Plate No. 443 CMV ​Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to call TPSO detectives, (985)876-2500.

News Release October 16, 2018 Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Monday evening, Oct. 15, 2018, a Terrebonne Parish detective was working security at the Terrebonne High Football Stadium for a football game when he was notified regarding two juveniles with handguns. A concerned citizen who was walking through the parking lot, leaving the football game, when she saw two juveniles in the parking lot placing handguns beneath a parked vehicle. At this time the juveniles noticed that were being watched; therefore, they picked up the guns and placed them in the front waist band of their pants. The two juveniles then got onto two bicycles and rode off through the parking lot headed towards West Tunnel Blvd. The adult then notified the detective working security and made him aware of this situation. There shortly afterwards, the two juveniles walked through the ticket gate and was immediately spotted by the detective. The two juveniles were searched but they were no longer in possession of the handguns. A parent of one of the juveniles was contacted at the football game and the investigation continued. During the investigation the detective was led to the juvenile suspects’ bicycles that were near the intersection of Stadium Dr. and St. Charles next to a fence. The detective recovered two CO2 Cartridge BB guns, a Lorcin .25 cal. handgun, with the serial scratched off, and a pocket knife was recovered. A 16 year old juvenile suspect and a 13 year juvenile suspect was arrested for carrying a firearm by a non-student at school and possession of firearm with an obliterated serial number. During the arrest the 13 year old suspect became violent with officers therefore he was also charged with resisting an officer. Both suspects were transported to the Terrebonne Parish Juvenile Justice Center where they were booked and jailed.

News Release October 17, 2018 Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Tuesday afternoon, October 16, 2018, at approx. 12:50 p.m., Terrebonne Parish deputies were dispatched to the 400 block of Main Project Rd. Schriever, La. in reference to a residential burglary. Upon arrival deputies made contact with the elderly home owners who advised that they left their residence at approx. 10:30 a.m. and returned at approx. 12:45 p.m. when they noticed that their residence had been burglarized. Deputies observed that there was a large object thrown through the front glass window. During the investigation it was learned that there was a large amount of cash stolen from the residence. The home owners informed the deputies that a construction crew had previously been working at their residence for the past six weeks. Deputies scanned the neighborhood and located a residence that had home surveillance cameras. After observing the video footage deputies learned that the suspect vehicle was a worker for the construction crew that worked at the victims’ residence. The investigation led deputies to 108 Hingle Ct. Schriever where the suspect vehicle and the suspect, Tommy Joseph Richard Jr., was located. All of the money was recovered and returned to the home owners. During questioning Richard confessed to committing this residential burglary. At approx. 4:00 p.m. Tommy Joseph Richard Jr., w/m, age 26, 108 Hingle Ct. Schriever, La. was arrested for simple burglary and transported to the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex where he remains on a $15,000.00 bond.

October 12, 2018 ​ Sought by Authorities Sat. Oct. 13, 2018 Xavier Butler, b/m, birth date 11/30/1992, 237 Mary Ann St. Houma, La. Charges: • Aggravated flight from an officer • Possession CDS I • No driver’s license • Domestic Abuse battery with child endangerment • Resisting an officer Agency: Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Update: None Note: Anyone with information concerning the location of the Sought by Authorities suspect is asked to call the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, (985)876-2500 or Crime Stoppers, 1(800)743-7433, and may be eligible for a cash reward.

News Release October 12, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Thursday night, Oct. 11, 2018, Terrebonne Parish deputies and detectives responded to Picone Rd. Houma in reference to sexual assault of a minor child. ​Upon arrival on scene deputies contacted the mother of the child (boy) who is under the age of 13. The mother said that Dakota Mosely (age 18) who is a friend of the family went over to their residence in order to visit. She said that her son and Mosely were horse playing in the bedroom when she was alerted to the bedroom. At this time it was discovered that Mosely had allegedly sexually assaulted the child and the Sheriff’s Office was immediately notified. ​The victim and the suspect, Dekota Mosely, were transported to the Sheriff’s Office where the investigation continued. During this investigation TPSO detectives were informed of another incident that occurred approx. two weeks ago whereas Mosely sexually assaulted the same victim. ​After further investigation Dekota Mosely, age 18, 110 Picone Rd. Apt. #3A Houma, La. was arrested for First degree rape and Indecent behavior with a juvenile. Mosely was transported to the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex where he remains on a $250,000.00 bond. The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office, (985)876-2500.

Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that Terrebonne Parish detectives are assisting the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office with a missing person investigation that originated by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office On Monday, October 8, 2018. This missing female, Mia West, grew up in Chauvin, La. and has family members that lives in Terrebonne Parish. Anyone with information concerning this investigation is asked to call TPSO detectives, (985)876-2500.

There was a type error on this post. The date has been corrected. News Release Oct. 10, 2018 ​Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said that on Tuesday night, Oct. 9, 2018, at approx. 11:30 p.m. Terrebonne Parish deputies were notified by the parent of a teenage female regarding being touched inappropriately by an adult male. ​TPSO detectives interviewed the victim regarding the allegations and she provided specific details of the incident that allegedly occurred prior to her mother calling the Sheriff’s Office. ​The suspect who is identified as Brent Michael Bergeron was picked up at his residence, 217 Willa Dean Ct. Chauvin, La. and transported to the Sheriff’s Office where he was questioned by detectives. ​After further investigation Bent Michael Bergeron, age 30, was arrested for sexual battery and transported to the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex where he remains on a $40,000.00 bond. Due to the nature of the crime there will be no further information released at this time.

News Release October 9, 2018 Terrebonne Parish Sheriff, Jerry J. Larpenter, said that the suspect from a pursuit occurring on Wednesday 10-3-18, has been identified and arrested. During the afternoon hours on Wednesday 10-3-18, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Agents were conducting patrols throughout Terrebonne Parish. Multiple Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Agents were occupying an unmarked Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Vehicle, which was crossing the Houma Twin Span Bridges to the east side of Houma. After crossing into the East Houma area These Narcotics Agents observed a GMC truck cutting through the parking lot of a local business at a high rate of speed. The suspect vehicle almost struck the unmarked Sheriff’s Office vehicle as it recklessly exited the parking lot onto the roadway. Upon the suspect vehicle entering the roadway, the driver continued operating this vehicle in a reckless manner. The reckless actions of the suspect nearly caused multiple crashes. Due to the suspect vehicle having to stop in traffic, at a traffic light, The Narcotics Agents activated their emergency lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop. In attempt to elude police, the suspect fled the area in the vehicle. Narcotics Agents began pursuing this vehicle. The suspect vehicle entered a residential area in the East Houma area. Out of an abundance of caution for public safety, The Narcotics Agents disengaged the pursuit. These narcotics Agents continued to patrol the area in search of the suspect vehicle. While the Narcotics Agents were talking to potential witnesses who were outside in the area, the suspect vehicle rounded a corner and approached the unmarked Sheriff’s Office vehicle from a head-on direction. This occurred within minutes of these agents losing sight of the suspect vehicle. At that time agents exited their vehicle to approach. They were giving verbal commands to the driver as they approached the suspect vehicle. Upon the suspect realizing this was law enforcement, he began proceeding away from the agents in reverse. He was again operating the vehicle in a very reckless manner. Narcotics Agents activated their emergency lights and siren and followed the suspect, as it proceeded down the roadway in reverse. This was done in attempt to draw the attention of anyone outside so they could stay clear of this reckless activity. The suspect lost control of his vehicle, crashing into a fence and a residence. At that time the unmarked Sheriff’s Office vehicle attempted to block the driver from leaving. The suspect found an avenue to get away from this residence. The suspect in this incident drove recklessly as he departed from this residential area. He intentionally sped towards Narcotics Agents who were on foot in the area. This forced these Narcotics Agents to take evasive actions to avoid being struck. The suspect then proceeded across the Twin Span Bridges to the west side of Houma where he was pursued by unmarked and marked Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Vehicles. Shortly after crossing into West Houma the pursuit was canceled. Again this was done for public safety reasons. Narcotics Agents continued to investigate this matter, and were able to positively identify the driver in this incident as Ryan James Gaspar (a 29 year old white male). It was discovered that Gaspar had an active arrest warrant for felony theft of a motor vehicle. This arrest warrant was the result of a prior Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office investigation. That stolen vehicle was previously recovered, and Gaspar was not operating the stolen vehicle at the time of this incident. As a result of this investigation arrest warrants were obtained on Gaspar for Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Resisting an Officer, Hit and Run Driving, Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property, Aggravated Assault on An Officer, and Aggravated Flight from an Officer. Gaspar was located in Lafourche Parish on Saturday 10-6-18. He was taken into custody and jailed at Lafourche Parish’s jail until being brought to Terrebonne Parish’s Jail on Monday 10-8-18.

October 6, 2018 ​Terrebonne Parish Sheriff, Jerry J. Larpenter, said around 1230 a.m. on Saturday morning 10-6-18, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office observed a Dodge Neon traveling on Martin Luther King Blvd. The vehicle was being driven by a white male later identified as Harvey Lee Hano, (a 30-year-old white male from Covington, La.) Terrebonne Parish Deputies had knowledge of another agency outside of Terrebonne Parish looking for a subject and vehicle matching this description, in reference to a felony investigation. Terrebonne Parish Deputies had also recently taken a complaint from a local business in reference to counterfeit U.S. Currency. The suspect and suspect vehicle from that complaint also matched the description of Hano, and the vehicle Hano was operating. As Hano traveled onto Tunnel Blvd. he committed a traffic offence. Deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop of this vehicle on Tunnel Blvd. Hano refused to stop and a pursuit ensued. During this pursuit Hano violated multiple traffic offences and drove erratically. During the pursuit Hano led the pursuing deputies down a dead-end street in a residential area. Upon reaching the end of the street the suspect entered a field. The suspect began circling. He struck a fence and a residence. Deputies attempted to approach the vehicle while it was stopped in the field behind a residence. As deputies approached the vehicle, Hano accelerated aggressively towards a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Deputy. Hano attempted to run over a deputy. The deputy discharged his duty weapon in attempt to stop this threat. Hano did drive away from this residential area and proceeded to the Downtown Houma area. He then exited his vehicle and fled on foot. Hano was attempting to elude police by hiding in Bayou Terrebonne. He was taken into custody by members of Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, Houma City Police Department, and Louisiana State Police. Upon taking Hano into custody, he was found to be in possession of Chrystal Meth. Hano was transported to a medical facility to be treated for multiple gunshot wounds. He is in stable condition. Upon his release he will be arrested for Improper Lane Usage, Reckless Operation Of A Motor Vehicle, Aggravated Flight, Aggravated Criminal Damage To Property, Attempted First Degree Murder Of A Police Officer, Possession Of Chrystal Meth. Hano will also possibly face felony charges in another jurisdiction. He was also found to have an active arrest warrant for Parole Violation. This matter is still under investigation. The names of the Deputies are not being released at this time.

October 4, 2018 Sought by Authorities Sat. Oct. 6, 2018 Shawn James, b/m, birth date 9/19/1993, 603 Linda Ann St. Gray, La. Charges: • Failure to appear in court • Possession with the intent to distribute CDS I (Marijuana) • Possession with the intent to distribute CDS II (Hydrocodone) Agency: Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Update: None Note: Anyone with information concerning the location of the Sought by Authorities suspect is asked to call the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, (985)876-2500 or Crime Stoppers, 1(800)743-7433, and may be eligible for a cash reward.

October 2, 2018 Sheriff Jerry J. Larpenter states that on October 1, 2018, Ta’Corein Jones (17 years of age residing at 273 Monarch Dr) was booked for one count of Felony Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile. This arrest stems from an investigation conducted by Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office Juvenile Detectives into the inappropriate sexual conduct with an underage female in July 2018. Ta’Corein Jones was released from the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex after posting a $2000 bond.

TPSO Detectives are invesatigating a series of car burglaries in the LIsa Park and Broadmore areas. TPSO Detectivs are asking for the public's assistance in identifying the subjects responsible. TPSO Detectives are asking that if anyone has any information or may be able to identify any of the subjects, to call TPSO.

On Friday September 28, 2018 at approximately 2:00am TPSO responded to the area of Highland Dr where a subject attempted to burglarize a vehicle. TPSO is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the subject in the video. Anyone with information or who may be able to identify the subject is asked to contact TPSO Detectives at 985-876-2500.