Police Department tells recent activity
On Aug. 29, DeQuincy Police received a report of an Aggravated Burglary and Battery that occurred on Smith Street. The victim, a white female, reported that a subject had pushed his way through her door and once inside attacked her causing numerous bruises all over her body.
After an investigation that was conducted by Detectives Threet and Bell, a warrant was obtained for Chase Doyle, 1274 Hargrove Loop, DeQuincy, for Aggravated Burglary, Aggravated Battery, and Domestic Abuse Child Endangerment Law. Bond was set at $265,000.
Doyle was arrested by DeQuincy Police Officers and a Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s deputy. He was booked into the DeQuincy jail and transported the next day to the Calcasieu Parish jail.
On Aug. 29, Cpl. Dewayne Tarver responded to a call about a man lying in a ditch near the Old Engine 89. Upon arrival Tarver found a white male lying near the road bleeding. The victim reported that he had just been stabbed. The victim named the person who stabbed him.
Officer Darrell Marler arrested Jimmy Wayne Scott at 1176 Monk Dickerson Rd. and transported him to the police dept. After an investigation by Detectives Bell and Threet, a warrant was obtained on Scott and the bond was set at $503,000.
Scott was charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder, Contributing to the Delinquency of a minor and Introducing Contraband into a Penal facility. He was transported to the Calcasieu Parish jail.
The DeQuincy Police Dept. is requesting public assistance on the following reported thefts:
Aug. 20, a TroyBilt weed eater from Frazier Street;
Aug. 21, the theft of a Jimenez .380 cal. pistol from Richard Allen Street;
Aug. 27, the theft of three one gallon gas cans and a rocking horse from LeBlanc St.; the theft of a TroyBilt push mower and a 40 ft. extension ladder from Second St
Sept. 2, a Remington Model .770 w/scope bolt action rifle 22 in. barrel .30-06 with a black plastic stock was reported stolen from Acme Drive.
If anyone has any information pertaining to the above thefts, contact city detectives Bell or Threet at 786-4000.
A reward is offered if the information leads to an arrest. Any information offered will be treated confidential.