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Oct 25, 2010 10:29 AM by Nichole Larkey

St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office Arrest Log -- October 25, 2010

Marlon Eaglin, age 20, 247 Halfway House Road, Arnaudville, La., arrested for Burnt Tai Light, Resisting an Officer and Battery of a Police Officer

Michael Todd Alleman, age 41, 198 Oak Road, Church Point, La., Bench Warrant

Christopher Bryan Alleman , age 44, 198 Oak Road, Church Point, La., arrested for Attempted Manslaughter

Angenika A. Cooley, age 22, 500 Fuselier Street, #A, Eunice, La., arrested for 6 counts of Monetary Instrument Abuse and 6 counts of Theft

Jeremy Austin Miller, age 19, 1661 Tyrone Road, Eunice, La., Distribution of Schedule I Drugs, Transferred from Eunice Police Department

Christopher D. Holeman, age 26, 514 Regina Street, Krotz Springs, La., arrested for Illegal Possession of Stolen Things, Bench Warrant

Antonio Antoine Richard, age 27, 1640 Evans Street, Opelousas, La., arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, Improper Lane Usage, Driving under Suspension and Open Container, Arrested by State Police

Kelly Anne Mayer, age 30, 855 Nap Lane, Opelousas, La., arrested for Unauthorized Entry of Inhabited Dwelling and Violation of Protective Orders

Janet Marie Barnaba, age 29, 123 Harry Babineaux Lane, Opelousas, La., arrested for Interfering with Police Officers and Disturbing the Peace by Intoxication

Christopher M. Sebastien, age 46, 1541 Prayerhouse Road, Opelousas, La., arrested for Driving while Intoxicated-2nd Offense and Driving Left of Center, Arrested by State Police

McKenzie Dagelo Thomas, age 20, 141 Janette Street, Opelousas, La., Drug Court Violation

Jarod C. Sinegal, age 24, 757 J.L. Drive, Scott, La., arrested for Driving while Intoxicated-1st Offense, Improper Lane Usage and Driving Under Suspension, Arrested by State Police

Brandon W. Gallow, age 23, 1051 Canel Road, Opelousas, La., arrested for Driving while Intoxicated, Negligent Injuring-Vehicular and Driving Left of Center

Marjorie L. Mallet, age 30, 5783 Hwy 103, Port Barre, La., arrested for Entry/ Remaining on Premises after being Forbidden, Simple Battery and Resisting an Officer

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office responded to over 200 complaints in the past 72 hours. On behalf of Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz, this is Jimmy Darbonne and this concludes our report.

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