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NPSO Detectives arrest suspects in Campti Town Hall burglaries

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NATCHITOCHES, La. (KALB News Channel 5) Natchitoches Parish Detectives arrest two suspects in connection with Campti Town Hall burglaries.

According to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr., NPSO Detectives have arrested two people in connection with recent burglaries of the Campti City Town Hall.

On Nov. 6, NPSO Deputies responded to a reported burglary of the Campti City Town Hall. Deputies learned from a town hall official that approximately $1,128.00 and $358.96 in checks had been stolen. On Dec. 17, NPSO Deputies responded to another reported burglary of the town hall.

Later that day, Natchitoches Police were notified by a local Natchitoches bank of a suspicious person attempting to cash a Town of Campti check. Natchitoches Police apprehended two suspects, and contacted NPSO after discovering the check was stolen in the burglary.   

Both suspects were transported to the NPSO Criminal Investigations Division and were interviewed. Detectives developed sufficient evidence to obtain criminal arrest warrants. As a result of the investigation, Latasha Autonique Paul and Jonathan Culbert were arrested and booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center.

According to NPSO, Paul, 32, of Campti was charged with two counts of Simple Burglary. Culbert, 33, of Natchitoches was charged with one count of Simple Burglary and one count of Forgery. NPSO said both remain in the Natchitoches Detention Center awaiting bond.

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