Criminal Activities June 26-July 8, 2017

Illegal possession of stolen firearms from MPD

Charon L. Bosley

On July 8, 2017, according to a Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputy, two deputies observed an unknown black male/arrestee( later identified as Charon Bosley) riding a bicycle in the opposing lane of travel on Burg Jones Lane, which vehicles had to go in the opposing lane of travel in order to avoid striking him. The deputy identified himself as a police officer and advised him to stop. The arrestee began to flee where deputies gave chase. After a brief foot pursuit, deputies caught up with Bosley, at which time he swung at police with a closed fist. After a brief struggle, Bosley was placed in handcuffs. While escorting Bosley to the patrol unit, he attempted to head butt an officer. Bosley then stated he was going to kill all officers. Bosley was placed into a patrol unit and advised of his rights per Miranda to which he refused to acknowledge. Deputy asked Bosley his name and birth date, which he stated was “My D*ck”. Deputies conducted a search of Bosley’s backpack that he was wearing. During the course of the search, officers located a handgun that was loaded and found to be stolen from MPD. Officers also located during the search a suspected Legend drug. Bosley was transported to OCC without incident. Deputies were advised by OPSO that Bosley was a convicted felon who finished parole in 12/2016.

Woman strikes boyfriend in the back of his head

Jacqueline Blanson

On July 6, 2017, according to a Ouachita Parish Sheriff deputy, a deputy responded to a residence in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, the deputy observed the arrestee and the victim/complainant standing in the front yard of the residence. The deputy then made contact with the victim who advised his live in girlfriend of one year struck him in the back of his head with a closed fist. The deputy then made contact with the arrestee and advised her of her rights per Miranda to which she stated she understood. The arrestee had a strong odor of alcohol on her person and had to lean against the deputies patrol unit to keep from falling down. When asked if she struck the victim, arrestee started to laugh and said no. The arrestee was then secured in handcuffs and transported to OCC where she was booked.

Xanax, marijuana and margaritas lands man in jail

Barkley L. Blaylock

On July 6, 2017, according to a Louisiana State Police officer, a officer received a call from a motorist about a white truck pulled onto the middle curb with the driver slumped over the wheel at the I-20 E/B ramp at Millhaven. The officer arrived on scene and located the truck which was a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado. There was a white male driver asleep behind the wheel with the truck still in gear and his foot on the brake. The officer gained access into the truck from the passenger door that was unlocked and put the truck in park and turned the engine off. The driver was removed from the vehicle and identified as, Barkley Blaylock. Another officer arrived on scene and observed Blaylock to be very unsteady on his feet. Blaylock also smelled of an alcoholic beverage, had red/watery eyes, and pupils the size of a pen prick. Blaylock was advised of his Miranda Rights which he stated he understood. Blaylock advised that he had taken Xanax, smoked marijuana, and drank margaritas at a Mexican restaurant in West Monroe prior to driving. Blaylock submitted to the HGN portion of SFSTs where the officer observed six of six clues. The walk and turn on one leg stand were not performed on the side of the roadway during his extreme impairment. The first officer located approximately five GMs of suspected marijuana and a pack of rolling papers in an oil can in Blaylock’s truck. Blaylock was arrested and transported to OCC for chemical testing. Once at OCC, Blaylock was read his rights relating to chemical testing where he signed both forms. Blaylock refused to submit a proper sample on the Intoxilyzer 9000. Blaylock performed the walk and turn and one leg stand at OCC and performed poorly. Blaylock refused to submit urine.

Man conceals two bars in patrol unit

Patrick Brown

On July 7, 2017, according to a Monroe Police officer, on July 6, 2017, a officer was dispatched to Hop In store in reference to a trespassing complaint. On arrival the officer spoke with the complainant who advised the arrestee had been inside the store asking customers to buy him merchandise. The complainant advised he told the arrestee to leave his store five times but the arrestee remained. The officer located the arrestee standing outside of the door to the store and placed him under arrest. The arrestee was advised of his rights per Miranda which he said he understood. The arrestee advised he had asked persons at the store for money to purchase cigarettes. The arrestee was transported to MPD booking. After arriving at MPD booking, the arrestee told a booking officer he had concealed two bars under the backseat of the officer’s patrol unit. A check of the backseat of the patrol unit revealed a small torn plastic bag with one and a half white pills concealed under the seat. The seat was checked prior to the beginning of the officer’s tour and no other persons had been inside the rear of the patrol unit aside from the arrestee. A search on pill identifier on Drugs.com showed the pills to be alprazolam 2 mg. The arrestee had no prescription for the pills. The arrestee was transported to OCC for possession of schedule four, remaining after forbidden, and begging.

Man refuses to comply with officer

Shadrick Brown

On July 6, 2017, according to a Louisiana State Police officer, a officer was conducting stationary Lidar enforcement on I-20 eastbound at MP 100. The officer observed a black Infiniti SUV eastbound traveling 86 mph in a posted 70 mph zone. The officer conducted a traffic stop and attempted to make contact with the driver Shadrick Brown. Brown refused to identify himself and also refused to exit his vehicle. After multiple failed attempts to get the driver to exit his vehicle the officer requested additional units. Once additional units arrived, the officer and two troopers attempted to get Brown to exit willfully. Brown still refused to exit or identify himself. The officer had to break the driver’s side window to get Brown out of the vehicle. Once out of the vehicle, the officer handcuffed (CT/DL), searched, secured, and read Brown his rights regarding Miranda. The officer transported Brown to Ouachita Correctional Center where he was released to OCC staff and booked.

Man caught with a large sum of money and drugs

Hayward K. Crenshaw

On July 7, 2017, according to a Sterlington Police officer, a officer observed a Chrysler 300 traveling West on La-2 with an unreadable temporary tag in the upper right corner of the back glass. Upon making contact with the white male driver, who identified himself as Hayward Crenshaw, he was extremely nervous. At that time, the officer observed a burnt marijuana cigarette in the ashtray and smelled the odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle’s downed window. Crenshaw advised there was marijuana inside the vehicle and allowed the officer to retrieve it. The officer located several burnt marijuana cigarettes in the ashtray, a wooden container with a bag of marijuana, and a marijuana grinder. Inside of a metal safe, the officer located a silver tin box that contained a small bag of Meth. Inside of a wallet within the safe, the officer located one opened and one unopened Subxone patch. The officer also located a digital scale with residue within the safe. Within the vehicle and safe, $402 dollars in hundreds twenties, fives, and ones was recovered. Post Miranda, Crenshaw denied ownership: however, he admitted to using a Subxone strip earlier in the day. Further investigation revealed the vehicle was not insured.

Man tries to cut officer with a pocket knife

Dominique A. Ellis

On July 8, 2017, according to a Monroe Police officer, the arrestee while located at his mother’s residence threatened to strike her with a closed fist. While inside the residence the arrestee broke a glass end table. Upon the officer’s arrival on the scene, the arrestee was seen holding a pocket knife in his right hand in an aggressive manner. The arrestee was told to drop the knife and lay on his stomach. The arrestee failed to comply and attempted to run from the officer. The officer’s taser was deployed, striking the arrestee in the chest area, but had no effect on him. The arrestee attempted to cut the officer with the knife he was holding. After missing with his knife, the arrestee ran away from the officer but was shortly apprehended. The arrestee was placed under arrest and transported to Ouachita Correctional Center for booking.

Man steals two firearms in house burglary

Quentin J. Garner

On June 26, 2017, according a West Monroe Police officer, the burglary of a residence was reported to the West Monroe Police. Taken in the burglary were two firearms, an Xbox with controllers, and some hydrocodone/percocet pills. On July 1, 2017, one of the firearms, identified by serial number, was recovered.
The person who had this firearm stated he got it from, his nephew, Quentin Garner. He also stated he knew his nephew was involved in the stealing of the gun. The uncle was jailed for possession of the firearm. On July 5, 2017, statements were taken from two other individuals who stated Garner and one other person told them they had broken into the house near Garner’s house and stole two guns and an Xbox.
One of the witnesses was with Garner when he gave the rifle to his uncle. Garner was arrested and questioned. After proper advise of rights, Garner stated he did not know anything about any guns, his uncle, a burglary or anything else.