Judge revokes parole for man arrested again in downtown Opelousas burglary _lowres

Photo provided by OPELOUSAS POLICE DEPARTMENT -- Christopher Batiste, 37, of Opelousas, will serve the remaining four years of his sentence on a prior burglary conviction after his Oct. 8, 2015, arrest on burglarizing a downtown business.

An Opelousas man will serve prison time following his arrest on a downtown business burglary earlier this month after a state judge on Thursday revoked his parole for a prior burglary conviction.

Christopher Batiste, 37, will serve the remaining four years on that conviction after his arrest on a count of simple burglary, according to the Opelousas Police Department.

Police implicated Batiste in the Oct. 8 burglary of Classic Creations after matching his shoe to prints recovered at the crime scene, according to court records.

The burglary was one in a string of eight that day, just two blocks from police headquarters.