Three people suspected of committing a series of copper thefts were arrested after a deputy spotted their truck on a hunting lease around 3 a.m. Tuesday, the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office reported Wednesday.

Jennifer White Broussard, 22, and Christopher David Broussard, 23, both of 15823 Black Mud Lane in Livingston, were arrested after the deputy pulled over a truck driven by Jennifer Broussard and containing freshly cut copper wire in the bed, Chief Deputy Jason Ard said in a news release.

Jennifer Broussard was booked with felony theft, theft of utility property, suspended license and traffic warrants. Her bail was set at $22,150, according to the release.

Christopher Broussard was booked with felony theft, five counts of theft of utility property and issuing outstanding checks, the release said.

His bail was set at $60,500, according to the release.

A third suspect, Bobby R. Lott, Jr., 44, 18380 Louis Martin Road in Livingston, fled into the woods when the deputy stopped the truck, the release said.

Lott got into a different pickup truck and drove away from the scene the release said.

Lott was spotted later by a sheriff’s helicopter and taken into custody, the release said.

Lott was booked with felony theft, five counts of theft of utility property and issuing outstanding checks, the release said.

His bail is $60,500, according to the release.

As of Wednesday, all three remained in the Livingston Parish Jail, the release said.