DENHAM SPRINGS — Warrants have been issued for three men accused of stealing more than $100,000 worth of pallets over the course of a year from a transportation company, according to the Denham Springs Police Department.
Detective April Fairburn, spokeswoman for the department, said a man responsible for bringing used pallets from a food business in Walker and Port Allen to the pallet warehouse in Hammond was illegally off-loading some with friends in Denham Springs between April 2016 and May 2017.
Fairburn said the pallet driver is Glenn Joseph Tircuit Jr., 35, of Hammond. She said 26-year-old Jeremy Lee Williams, of Baton Rouge, and 29-year-old Gerald Glover, address unavailable, are accused of helping offload the pallets.
According to the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office, the men stole more than 20,000 pallets, and some were dropped off in Hammond.
Fairburn said the men are all accused of felony theft. Tircuit and Williams also face charges in Tangipahoa Parish, according to the sheriff's office.