Men arrested for criminal trespassing after chasing cows in pasture
Two men were arrested Thursday for criminal trespassing after police received of a report of two men chasing cows in a pasture, according to Berwick Police Chief James Richard.
Jeremy Toups and Dustin Schultz, both of Houma, were arrested at 6:20 p.m. Thursday for criminal trespassing.
Both were released on cash bail.
A Berwick man was arrested Wednesday night for a parole violation.
Richard said Lennis Paray, 28, of Fourth Street in Berwick was charged on the warrant for parole violation and resisting an officer at 9:02 p.m. Wednesday.
He is being held with no bail set.
Berwick Police Chief James Richard reported the following arrest:
—Victor Billiot, 24, of the 3000 block of Sixth Street in Berwick, was arrested at 3:26 p.m. Thursday for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Billiot is still being held.
Patterson Police Chief Patrick LaSalle reported the following arrests:
—Takemia Thomas, 19, of Mount Street in Morgan City, was arrested at 2:18 a.m. today on Taft Street in Patterson for disturbing the peace by fighting. Thomas is being held on $370 bail.
—Qualayshia Robinson, 21, of Fourth Street in Morgan City, was arrested at 2:18 a.m. today on Taft Street in Patterson for disturbing the peace by fighting. Robinson is being held on $370 bail.
—Yvonne Vilo, 58, of Washington Street in Patterson, was arrested at 11:20 a.m. Wednesday at the Patterson Police Department for telephone harassment. Vilo was released on bail.
—Ricardo-Rivera-Conejo, 29, of Houston, was arrested at 7:27 a.m. today at U.S. 90 and Red Cypress Road in Patterson for no driver’s license and speeding 67/55. He was released after he paid a city fine.
No reports were available from the Morgan City Police Department or the St. Mary Sheriff’s Office due to the holiday.