Sheriff’s Department investigating Berwick area rape
Few details are available on a rape reported to authorities Thursday night.
The 30-year-old female victim reported the incident to the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Department at 6:20 p.m. Thursday. It allegedly occurred on River Road in Berwick.
Sheriff Mark Hebert declined this morning to discuss whether the incident involved a stranger or was domestic in nature.
He said the investigation is ongoing.
Elsewhere, Dejay Lamperez, 20, of Shell Beach Road in Pierre Part and Miranda Sedatol, 20, of North Third Street in Pierre Part were arrested Friday at 2:44 p.m. for possession of synthetic cannabinoids. Lamperez also was charged with abuse of toxic vapors and Sedatol was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Hebert said St. Mary Multi-Jurisdictional Narcotics Task Force agents were patrolling Everett and Sixth streets in Morgan City when they conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle which failed to use a turn signal.
During the investigation, agents located synthetic cannabinoids in the vehicle and in a passenger’s purse, along with drug paraphernalia, the sheriff said.
After investigation, Lamperez and Sedatol were issued summonses to appear in court on Jan. 17, 2012.
Daryl Grogan, 48, of Egle Street in Morgan City was arrested at 4 p.m. Friday on a warrant for distribution of cocaine.
Grogan was being held in the parish jail on other charges and was additionally charged on the warrant.
He remained incarcerated this morning with no bond set.
Eileen Shipman, 49, of Texas Street in Berwick was arrested Friday at 11:48 a.m. on a warrant for simple burglary and telephone harassment.
The sheriff said Shipman was brought to the Morgan City office for an investigation. She later was arrested on the warrant and booked into the parish jail where she remained this morning with no bond set.
Frank Lally, 48, of Degravelle Road in Amelia was arrested Sunday at 4:13 a.m. for aggravated assault.
A deputy was called to Degravelle Road to investigate a battery. Lally told the deputy that he was struck by another person with a piece of wood. The deputy located the other person and witnesses and learned that the other person had asked Lally to turn off his TV when Lally jumped out of his bed and came at the other person with a knife, the sheriff said.
Witnesses said that is when the second person picked up a stick and struck Lally who then threw a knife at the first person, according to the sheriff.
Lally was booked into the parish jail where he remained this morning in lieu of a $1,000 bond.
David Tabb, 51, of La. 182 in Bayou Vista was arrested Sunday at 7:43 a.m. on warrants for probation violation and on a Baldwin Police Department warrant for communication of false information of a planned arson.
Tabb was located at his residence, placed under arrest on warrants and booked in to the parish jail where he remained this morning with no bond set.
Starla Phillips, 33, of Williams Street in Patterson was arrested Sunday at 2:26 p.m. for theft and on a warrant for failure to appear on the charge of failure to use a seat belt.
A deputy was informed that a woman lost her wallet at the Bayou Vista Wal-Mart. Surveillance tapes revealed Phillips picked up the wallet and left the store, Hebert said.
Phillips was booked in to the parish jail where she later posted a $1,100 bond and was released.
A 15-year-old Patterson boy was charged at 2:38 p.m. Friday with theft after an investigation into the theft of a cellphone at Patterson High School.
He was processed and released to a guardian pending juvenile court proceedings.
Meanwhile, another Patterson teen remained incarcerated in a juvenile facility this morning after committing aggravated batteries on three family members Sunday.
The 14-year-old boy hit his mother, stepfather and brother with a 2-by-4 plank at their home on Jason Street in Patterson around 7:57 a.m. Sunday.