Three Louisiana residents and one man from Mississippi were arrested by Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies for several residential burglaries on Highway 60, Highway 439, Beck Graves Road, Spring Valley Road and Paige Road.
Much of the stolen property was used to furnish the Bogalusa house in which one of the burglars lived. Stolen items included recliner chairs, stove, washer, dryer and even a toaster which was found in the house. A few stolen items were irreplaceable, including family pictures and related paperwork which has not been recovered. Additional stolen items were sold to other individuals.
The Sheriff’s Office asks that any individuals who may have purchased items from the burglars please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (985) 839-3434.
Arrested and placed in the Washington Parish Jail were:
- Blake Andrew Jones, 30, a resident of Wilmuth Street in Bogalusa. Jones is charged with Principal to Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Principal to Theft of a Firearm, three counts of Simple Burglary and Possession of Stolen Property. Bond was set at $157,000.
- Raven Theriot-Mabile, 19, a resident of the same Wilmuth Street address, is charged with Principal to Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Principal to Theft of a Firearm, and three counts of Simple Burglary. Bond was set at $20,000.
- Kevin Colby Frilot, 28, a resident of McBeth Road in Bogalusa, is charged with Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Theft of a Firearm, Convicted Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Possession of Stolen Property. Bond was set at $132,500.
- Logan Reed Manton, 19, a resident of Ridgeland Road in Vancleave, Mississippi, is charged with Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Possession of Stolen Property, two counts of Simple Burglary and Theft of a Firearm. Bond was set at $70,500.
“Our detectives did a thorough job of old-fashioned police work in identifying and tracking down these thieves,” said Sheriff Randy Seal. “They worked hard to get this property located and back in the hands of the owners. The Investigations Division of the Bogalusa Police Department worked hand-in-hand with us on this matter and their help was invaluable. I thank them for all they did and am pleased with the good working relationship we have with them.”