Posted: Jul 22, 2013 9:53 AM by KATC
This is the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office arrest report for July 22, 2013:
Joel Soriano, age 21, 1130 Hwy. 715, Bunkie, LA, hold for deputies, improper lane useage, switched license plates, unlicensed driver, failure to secure registration, no proof of insurance, simple escape, arrested by Opelousas Police Dept.
Jessica Lynn Grossie, age 27, 2913 Hwy. 93, Carencro, LA, simple battery.
Kevin Mayo, age 37, 831 S. Court St., Opelousas, LA, homicide - negligent, reckless operation of a vehicle, no seat belt, no driver's license, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Ashley Laine Hayes, age 25, 118 Rougeau St., Lafayette, LA, driving while intoxicated - 1st offense, improper lane useage, no drivers's license on person, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Douglas Uriah Pitre, age 28, 1235 Austin Rd., Opelousas, LA, illegal carrying of weapons, possession of marijuana, possession of schedule III drugs.
Matthew D. Kindred, age 31, 269 Mendell Rd., Lot #11, Carencro, LA, aggravated battery.
Faron James Broussard, age 35, 239 Summer Rd., Opelousas, LA, bench warrant, simple battery involving domestic violence.
Doris Marie Roberson, age 35, 247 Thibodeaux, #A-2, Opelousas, LA, simple battery involving domestic violence.
Kevin W. Bazar, age 47, 2168 Old 190, Port Barre, LA, failure to yield right, failure to report accident, hit and run.
Kathy Marie Tate Kindred, age 54, 2913 Hwy. 93, Carencro, LA, simple battery.
Nicholas Wayne Kindred, age 33, 2913 Hwy. 93, Carencro, LA, second degree battery.
Victoria A. Kling, age 27, 269 Mendell Rd., Lot #10, Church Point, LA, simple battery.
Robert Herbert Castille, age 37, 2326 Ledoux Circle, Opelousas, LA, bench warrant, possession of marijuana, illegal use of CDS in presence of person under 17.
Charles Anthony Richard, age 31, 243 Richard Rd., Opelousas, LA, remaining after forbidden, 2 counts of resisting arrest, 2 counts of battery of a police officer.
Rufus Willis Joseph, age 42, 1537 Hwy. 10, Washington, LA, resisting an officer, disturbing the peace - noise.
St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office responded to over 221 complaints over the past 72 hours.