Public Safety

Quenterius V. Arceneaux

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish seeks fugitive

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs help to locate a wanted fugitive.
Crowley Police detectives need help in locating Quenterius V. Arceneaux, black male, 20 years of age. He is described as being 5’8” in height, weighing 120 pounds, with black hair. His last known address is 521 N. Western Ave., in Crowley.
Arceneaux is wanted for felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.
A picture of Arceneaux may be seen on the Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish Facebook page.

Missed court date ends in multiple drug charges

Two Eunice residents face multiple drug and other charges after an attempt was made to serve a warrant at their residence on Thursday, Eunice Police Chief Randy Fontenot said.
A deputy with the City Marshal was attempting to a serve a warrant in the 800 block of Tate Street on Ian Paul Langley, 25, at 11:33 a.m., he said.
The warrant was for failure to appear for a misdemeanor theft charge that stemmed from a Sept. 14 incident, he said.
“When he arrived at the residence he smelled the strong odor of what he believed to be marijuana,” Fontenot said of the deputy.

Eunice Police radio logs

The following are excerpts form the Eunice Police Department radio dispatch logs.
Feb. 9
09:19 Terminated employee at Winn Dixie is refusing to leave.
10:33 Smoke at 7th and Maple. Fire Department notified.
10:39 Subject burning branches.
11:03 Stalled vehicle at Park and Viola.
13:45 Walmart requesting officer to assist in apprehending subjects.
13:59 Disturbance in the 300 block of Ulysses.
14:26 Disturbance in the 200 block of Acadia.
15:55 Disturbance at Crestview Apartments.
15:55 Wreck at U.S. 190 and La. 13.

Eunice Police arrests

The following are arrests by Eunice Police.
Feb. 9
Julie Renee Labbie, 36, 200 block of Chataigneir Street, Eunice. Warrant for theft by shoplifting and principal to theft of goods.
Ian Paul Langley, 25, 800 block of Tate Street, Eunice. Warrant for theft.
Asjdrion Michelle Hill, 22, 800 block of South Beulah, Eunice. Possession of Scheduled II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of Controlled Dangerous Substance in a drug-free zone.

Daniel Prince

Appeals Court order killer to be resentenced

Daniel Prince’s attempt at an appeal was once again shot down by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals this week, but the court has vacated his sentence and remanded the case to the trial court for the imposition of a separate sentence for each of the first-degree murder convictions.
Judges Sylvia R. Cooks, John D. Saunders and Shannon J. Gremillion of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals listened to the case presented by Prince and his attorney, Annette Roach of the Louisiana Appellate Project (Lake Charles).

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