Public Safety

Eunice driving instructor convicted of indecent behavior

A Eunice driving instructor was found guilty last week of two counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile, St. Landry Parish court records show.
KATC reports Teddy Aguillard, 47, was the owner of Gator Driving School and Safety in Eunice when the incidents were reported to police by two of his students in 2015.
It is unclear if he is still operating the school; records at the Louisiana Secretary of State indicate the company is no longer in good standing for failing to file annual reports.

James Neal Rozas Jr.,

Fugitive found in hollowed out couch

A Eunice fugitive who had eluded capture several times was found in hollowed out couch in Patton Street residence in Eunice, according to St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz.
James Neal Rozas Jr., 28, was wanted for vehicle theft in Acadia Parish and by the St. Landry Sheriff’s Office for resisting an officer, simple escape, violation of protective order, Guidroz said in a news release.
At tip on Rozas’ location was received at the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office following a Crime Stoppers segment on him, Guidroz said.

Eunice Police arrests

The following are arrests by Eunice Police.

Feb. 21
Trachell Akeiba Aerial Richardson, 24, homeless. Courtesy booking for Evangeline Parish Sheriff on failure to appear for probation hearing.
Ronald Lee Bert Fontenot, 29, 1700 block of Providence Road, Eunice. Simple assault and simple battery.

Eunice Police dispatch radio logs

The following are excerpts from the Eunice Police Department radio dispatch logs.
Feb. 20
05:15 Call from Walmart about an employee who stole merchandise.
06:48 Drug activity from a blue car in the 500 block of Fuselier.
06:53 Fight at 4th and Maple.
07:30 Flagged by a teacher advising that a juvenile took off running on Roberts Road.
08:13 Ambulance en route in reference to a juvenile bitten by a dog in the 400 block of Jelks.
09:34 Subject having a seizure at Kim’s Market.


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