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Eunice Police Radio Logs

The following are excerpts from the Eunice Police Department radio dispatch logs.
February 14
06:49 Suspicious vehicle at Fairgrounds tennis court.
07:41 Traffic crash reported at W. Vine and N. 4th St. No injuries reported.
10:18 Report of a railroad crossing guard down at N. Hwy. 13.
11:55 Report of a crash at Bobcat and Hwy. 190, vehicles pulled into Circle K.
15:02 Harrassment reported, call came in from 600 block of W. Vine.
15:41 Report of a disturbance at Taco Bell.

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St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office arrests

The following are arrests reported by the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office.
February 14
Brandon Scott Stelly, 39, 300 block of Heard Sylvester Road, Washington. Drug Court violation. Arrested by St Landry Parish Sheriff Department.
Kainan Ray Albarado, 28, 100 block of Latin Drive, Lafayette. Possession with intent to distribute Schedule II drugs, possession with intent to distribute Schedule I drugs. Arrested by St Landry Parish Sheriff Department.

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Eunice Police dispatch radio logs

The following are excerpts from the Eunice Police Department radio dispatch logs.
February 13
07;23 Boyfriend beat her up in the 900 block of North 4th. He is no longer on property.
07:47 Man taking pipes at old hospital on Moosa Boulevard.
07:53 Nothing happening at old hospital.
08:45 Male walked into Eunice News and doesn’t know who or where he is. Ambulance en route.
08;56 Remove daughter from residence in the 100 block of Boudreaux.
10:08 Caller from Ruby’s Cafe said a man took a photo of her plate

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Did you know? Inference with court-ordered child custody is a crime

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office responds to hundreds of domestic complaints each year that involve disputes over the custody of a child. Separation and divorce is a difficult time for the adults involved, and can be devastating for children.
Our court systems do their very best, led by conscientious judges, to focus on the overall well being of children when custody is determined. If a parent feels that custody has been wrongfully determined by the court, violating the courts order can be considered a criminal act and could result in arrest.

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465 Aymond St.
Eunice, LA 70535
Phone: 337-457-3061
Fax: 337-457-3122