ALEXANDRIA, La. - This is a recent arrest report from the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office.
Latasha Amos, age 31, 115 Eric Street, Lafayette, La., driving under suspension and expired license plate, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Randy Guillory, Sr., age 55, 245 Bellanise Road, Port Barre, La., two counts of negligent injuring- vehicular, left of center, and driving while intoxicated-3rd offense, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Whitney Dale Lagrange, age 24, 3949 Highway 182, Opelousas, La., driving while intoxicated-11st offense and careless operation, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Billy Ray Fontenot, 137 Danielle Lane, Washington, La., driving while intoxicated-11st offense and proper equipment required, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Dave Michael Duplechain, age 26, 221 Coulee Lanoire Street, Arnaudville, La., bench warrant, arrested by Leonville Police Department.
Ariel Bethany Collins, age 20, 2213 South Highland Drive, Midwest City, Oklahoma, vagrancy, no driver's license and illegal possession of stolen things, arrested by Washington Police Department.
Melissa Elaine Birchfield, age 17, 1007 Clayton Avenue, Poteau, Oklahoma, vagrancy and illegal possession of stolen things, arrested by Washington Police Department.
Chelsea Nicole Gallo, age 21, 4412 Highway 31, Opelousas, La., simple battery involving domestic violence.
David Kendrick Young, age 29, 133 Deer Lane, Opelousas, La., simple battery involving domestic violence.
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