Multi parish burglary ring solved

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For four years a sophisticated burglary ring eluded law enforcement in multiple jurisdictions along the Mississippi River in Louisiana and Mississippi. All of that came to an end recently as the LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Department obtained warrants for the pair alleged to have orchestrated and conducted the many burglaries.

Brady Cormier, 40, of Vidalia, and Mark Tyler Evans, 24, of Ferriday, were arrested last week by law enforcement officers in Texas on warrants from LaSalle Parish for two counts of simple burglary, two counts of criminal damage to property, and two counts of criminal conspiracy to commit simple burglary.

“These warrants are only for burglaries committed in LaSalle Parish,” La-Salle Parish Sheriff Scott Franklin said. “Because of our detectives’ work in solving this burglary operation, the Rapides Parish and Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Offices have also obtained felony warrants for Cormier and Evans for burglaries committed in their jurisdictions.”

 

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