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AG arrests former manager of Evangeline Apartments for theft

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Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has arrested the former manager of a Lafayette non-profit apartment complex on charges related to the theft of public funds. 

Bryan Jackson, 38 of Lafayette, was booked with Felony Theft (in excess of $5,000), Unauthorized Use of a Movable (in excess of $10,000), three counts of Forgery, and Public Contract Fraud.

Jackson's father, Donald Jackson, 60 of Rayville, was booked with Misappropriation without Violence/Principal to Theft.

The two men were booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center. They have since been released on bond. 

Bryan Jackson is the former property manager of Evangeline Apartments on Jefferson Street in downtown Lafayette. He is accused of using his position to forge signatures and submit fraudulent documents to get cash payments. 

“I will bring to justice those who abuse and defraud our hard-working taxpayers,” said Landry. “It is especially egregious for fraudsters to steal our State’s precious resources dedicated to helping Louisiana’s most vulnerable.”

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