NAPOLEONVILLE — With two arrests already made in the break-ins at several camps along Lake Verret in Assumption Parish, arrest warrants are out for two more in the case, Sheriff Mike Waguespack said Monday.
Tyler England was arrested on March 4 on counts of resisting an officer and aggravated flight from an officer, after he led deputies on a 30-minute chase before wrecking his truck in a cane field when deputies tried to question him about suspicious activity at the camps, according to an earlier report from the Sheriff’s Office.
Two days later, on March 6, four counts of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling were added, after deputies recovered a large flat-screen TV and vacuum-packed frozen deer meat from England’s truck, along with other items all found to have been stolen from the camps, Waguespack said in a news release.
England remains in the Assumption Parish Detention Center, with bail set at $100,500, the news release says.
In the course of the investigation, it was determined that Cassandra Marie Pitre, 25, 125 Durocher St., Thibodaux, also was involved in the burglaries, according to the news release.
Pitre was booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center on March 4 on three counts of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Her bail has been set at $3,000, and she remains in custody, the report says.
Arrest warrants are out for two other people: Shannon Bias, 24, and Ashley Cavalier, 24, both of 506 Franklin St., Napoleonville, each on three counts of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, the Sheriff’s Office report says.