JENNINGS, LOUISIANA - Deputies in Jefferson Davis Parish have arrested a suspect accused of stealing crawfish. Earlier in March deputies arrested another man at least twice on the same charge.
Jeremy Chaisson, 31, of Jennings, was arrested by deputies Saturday afternoon at a crawfish pond on Lyons Road. Investigators say they caught Chaisson with two sacks of live crawfish taken from his employer, Cody's Seafoods' crawfish pond. Chaisson was an employee there.
Deputies responded to the call when the owner found the two sacks of live crawfish in Chaisson's truck. Chaisson was booked into the Jefferson Davis Parish Jail on charges of theft of crawfish.
JEFFERSON DAVIS PARISH, LA. (Story from March 18) - local farmer called the Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office Sunday night about someone caught in his crawfish pond on Highway 90 at Farm Supply Road, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The farmer was checking his crawfish ponds around 8:30 p.m. when he saw something black and round swimming through his crawfish traps. Sheriff’s deputies arrived and placed 44-year-old James Darrel Dubroc, of Jennings, under arrest for trespassing and theft of crawfish, according to authorities.
Dubroc was wearing black clothing. He was stopped by Jennings police with two sacks of live crawfish in his van Saturday Dubroc was stopped Saturday.
Dubroc has two previous arrests for theft of crawfish from 2011, according to authorities.He was transported to the Jefferson Davis Parish Jail and booked with no bond.
Another case of crawfish theft in Jennings
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