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St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office reports five arrests

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ST.LANDRY, LA. (KALB News Channel 5) The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office reported five arrests on October 3, 2013.

The following arrests were reported:

Mary Leanette Sailors, 52, 401 W. Vice Street, Washington, LA., remaining after being forbidden.

Anthony Jude Soileau, 32, 3439 Hwy 103, Port Barre, LA., simple burglary.

Orese Joseph Fontenot, Jr, 41, 146 Nestor Lane, Port Barre, LA., simple battery.

Chad Anthony Guilbeau, 41, 1139 Division Road, Arnaudville, LA., failure of register as a sex offender.

Christopher Michael Dominguez, 23, 113 Gulino Street, Opelousas, LA., possession of marijuana, resisting an officer, simple battery, two counts of simple battery of the infirm.

According to Captain Megan Vizena, The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office responded to over 85 complaints over the past 24 hours. 

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