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The residents of North Bossier parish have been uneasy for a number of weeks, when it comes to the security of their vehicles.

For weeks, thieves have been on the prowl and have successfully committed a string of vehicle burglaries. Hopefully, their successful string is now over as three out of the five man crew has been arrested by Bossier Sheriff's detectives for theft and vehicle burglaries.

According to Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington, early in the morning on July 10, Bossier Sheriff patrol deputies responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle in the Legacy Subdivision. When patrol deputies approached the vehicle, they say four men jumped out of the car and fled the scene. One of the men, Cleondra Bernard, 20, of the 200 block of Wilda Street in Carencro, LA., was detained and questioned by detectives.  Detectives say he admitted to burglarizing several vehicles in the Legacy Subdivision.

Jeremy Comeaux, 21, of the 200 block of Eucharist Street in Lafayette, LA., also one of the four men that fled the car, was arrested by patrol deputies on Airline Drive. He also admitted to burglarizing vehicles in the Legacy Subdivision.

Detectives say the other three suspects made it on foot to the St. Charles Place Subdivision where they committed additional car burglaries and stole a vehicle. That stolen vehicle was tracked to the Lafayette area, where all five suspects are from.

After positively identifying the other three suspects, detectives issued a warrant for their arrest. One of the three, Torri Lundy, was arrested on July 18 by the Crowley Police Department. He is currently awaiting extradition from the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office.

The other suspects, Gage Rochelle and Damon Broussard, remain at large and are believed to be in the Lafayette area.


Sheriff Whittington said, “I want to personally thank that resident who saw something and said something that night while that suspicious car was driving by”. He adds, "Their actions are at the heart of our L.O.C. campaign, and when our residents help us with tips like this, it helps to make everyone safe in Bossier Parish.”

Here are their charges and bond set on each of the arrested in this incident:
Cleondra Bernard
• Theft from a Motor Vehicle - One count -
• Simple Burglary-Theft from a Motor Vehicle – Three Counts
• Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling – One Count
• Criminal Conspiracy – One Count
• Possession of Schedule I Drugs (Marijuana) – One Count
• Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – One Count
• Illegal Possession of Stolen Firearms – Three Count
His total bond is set at $170,000.

Jeremy Comeaux
• Simple Burglary -Theft from a Motor Vehicle – Four counts
• Simple Burglary – Theft from an Inhabited Building -One count
• Criminal Conspiracy – One count
• Illegal Possession of Stolen Things – One count
• Resisting an Officer – One count
• Possession of Schedule I Drugs (Marijuana) – One count
His total bond set at $105,500.

Torri Lundy
• Simple Burglary -Theft from a Motor Vehicle – Five counts
• Simple Burglary – Theft from an Inhabited Building -One count
• Attempted Vehicle Burglary – Five counts
• Stolen Vehicle – One count

Detectives say the vehicles that were burglarized were unlocked and the stolen vehicle had the keys left in it. They are encouraging residents to make it a habit to check their vehicles to ensure they are secure and their valuables out of sight.

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