Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator announced on Wednesday that his deputies have arrested 4 teenagers, ages 13, 15, and 19, after they burglarized at least 7 cars.

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Caddo patrol deputies responded to a call just after 3AM at the 4300 block of Roy Road in Blanchard where apartment residents reported cash and prescription drugs had been stolen from various parked cars.  After a search of the area, deputies caught a 13 year old boy as he ran from the area. Deputies then arrested 3 other suspects on Hilry Huckaby Avenue in Shreveport.

During the investigation, 2 handguns, a rifle, and a 2020 Dodge Charger that was reported stolen were recovered by deputies.  The car was used as the vehicle driven to commit the burglaries. Sheriff Prator said all of the cars that were burglarized had been left unlocked.

"I'm proud of the great work our deputies are doing in catching these thieves, but we need your help," Prator said. "Lock your cars and don't keep guns or valuables in your vehicles. Install surveillance cameras and be a nosey neighbor. Pay attention!"

The juveniles were booked into the Caddo Parish Juvenile Detention Center, but the other 2 suspects, Lorenzo Oliver, 19, and Brandon Tyler, 19, were booked into the Caddo Correctional Center.  They were booked under several charges each.

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Lorenzo Oliver, 19, Shreveport resident

  • seven counts of simple burglary
  • illegal possession of stolen things ($27,000 value of stolen car)
  • contributing to the delinquency of juveniles
  • unrelated warrant for first-degree robbery
  • resisting a deputy

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Brandon Tyler, 19, Shreveport resident

  • seven counts of simple burglary
  • illegal possession of stolen things ($27,000 value of stolen car)
  • contributing to the delinquency of juveniles
  • resisting a deputy

15-year-old Bossier City resident

  • seven counts of simple burglary
  • illegal possession of stolen things ($27,000 value of stolen car)
  • resisting a deputy

13-year-old Shreveport resident

  • seven counts of simple burglary
  • illegal possession of stolen things ($27,000 value of stolen car)
  • resisting a deputy

The investigation is ongoing, and more charges could follow.

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e) The individual is charged with a crime of violence as defined in R.S. 7 14:2(B), except stalking, or charged with any of the following offenses: 8 (i) Sex offenses as defined in R.S. 15:541. 9 (ii) Human trafficking offenses as defined in R.S. 14:46.2 and 46.3. 10 (iii) Offenses affecting the health and morals of minors, R.S. 14:91 et seq. 11 (iv) Offenses affecting the health and safety of person with infirmities, 12 R.S.14:93.3 et seq. 13 (v) Video voyeurism. 14 (vi) Cruelty to animals. 15 (vii) Dogfighting. 16 (f) The booking photograph is part of a law enforcement file solely because 17 the subject of the booking photograph was filler as defined by Article 252. 18 (g) Any entity, person, or agency that publishes a booking photograph 19 according to this Paragraph shall include a disclaimer that states "all persons are 20 presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.""

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