Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Lake Charles Louisiana Police Station Address: 830 Enterprise Blvd, Lake Charles, LA 70601, United States


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Broad St between Bank St and Reid St is blocked east and west bound due to a wreck https://t.co/8cGHk5Z5tX

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Train leaving Gerstner Memorial Rail yard with 2 cars to Port of Lake Charles https://t.co/0nn62sp3ih

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Train leaving Port of Lake Charles heading to Gerstner Memorial with 3 cars https://t.co/ISg8HZ4pnu

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Avoid I-10 WB MM 33 at Hwy 171 in ref to a wreck–inside lane blocked- please avoid for the next hour https://t.co/qtP4F9VleU

Lake Charles Police Department

The Lake Charles Police Department is the principle law enforcement agency in Lake Charles. It is responsible for providing police service to an area encompassing approximately 40 square miles and representing 75,000 residents. The department is sub-divided into over a dozen divisions. The chief of police oversees all operations of the LCPD.
Lake Charles Police Department

Lake Charles Police Department2 days ago

Press Release From Cpl. L. Moss:

On Thursday, April 19, 2018 between 1:00pm and 9:00pm, the Lake Charles Police Department SWAT Team will be conducting tactical training in the area of 2300 Broad Street. Citizens may see a large police presence in that area but should not be alarmed.

Lake Charles Police Department

Lake Charles Police Department2 days ago

Press Release From Cpl. L. Moss:

On Saturday, April 14, 2018, at 12:54pm officers of the Lake Charles Police Department patrol division were dispatched to Tobacco Plus, located at 2626 Gerstner Memorial Drive, in reference to an armed robbery. Officer’s investigation revealed that a male subject approached the counter and asked the clerk for a pack of cigars. The clerk checked the person’s state-issued identification card and scanned it into their age verification system, before returning it to him.

During the transaction, the clerk opened the register to make change. The customer then produced a box cutter and robbed the store of the money in the register. Using the driver’s scanned license and video surveillance in the store, officers were able to identify the suspect as 36 year old Sean D. Riggs of 4th Street in Lake Charles.

On Monday April 16, 2018, Sean Riggs was located and apprehended during the execution of an arrest warrant by the Lake Charles Police Department SWAT Team at Riggs residence. Based on the evidence in this case, investigators were also able to identify Riggs as the suspect in an armed robbery at the Dollar Tree, located at 935 3rd Avenue, which occurred on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 8:40pm.

Mr. Riggs was transported to Calcasieu Correctional Center for processing and Confinement. Judge Sharon Wilson set bonds of $50,000 on each count of Armed Robbery, for a total of a $100,000 bond.

The initial investigation was conducted by Sgt. Ben Randolph. Sgt. John Russell, Sgt. Jeff Keenum, and Detective Dustin Gaudet conducted the follow-up investigation.

Lake Charles Police Department

Lake Charles Police Department2 days ago

Press Release From Cpl. L. Moss:

On the evening of Tuesday April 17, 2018 at approximately 9:07pm, officers of the Lake Charles Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of Louisiana Highway 14 and Broad Street, in reference to a crash. The officers investigation revealed that a Hispanic male, later identified as 36 year old Noel Velasco Hernandez, was crossing Highway 14 when he was struck by a 2015 Nissan Murano. The Nissan Murano was traveling north on Hwy 14 at the time of the impact. The pedestrian was near the middle of the roadway when he was struck.

The driver of the vehicle was uninjured during the crash, standard toxicology test were provided. Mr. Hernandez was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The crash is being investigated by Corporal Kirk Dugas and Sgt. Sammy Kingsley.

Lake Charles Police Department

Lake Charles Police Department1 week ago

Press Release From Cpl. L. Moss:

On Thursday, April 12th 2018 at approximately 2:15pm, officers with the Lake Charles police Department were dispatched to 2806 Ryan Street, Market Basket, in reference to an auto-pedestrian crash. Upon arrival, officers learned that a 2014 GMC pick-up was backing out of a parking space and did not see a pedestrian walking behind his vehicle.

As the vehicle backed up it struck the pedestrian, knocking her to the ground and then trapping her under the vehicle. The Lake Charles Fire Department was called to the scene and used extrication equipment to free the pedestrian from underneath the vehicle. The victim was transported by ambulance to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The crash remains under investigation, Corporal Scott Dougherty is the lead investigator.

Lake Charles Police Department

Lake Charles Police Department

Lake Charles Police Department1 week ago

Press Release From Cpl. L. Moss:

On Tuesday April 10, 2018 at approximately 1:45pm, patrol officers with the Lake Charles Police Department were dispatched to the area of Lake and West McNeese Street, in reference to a report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival in the area where officers observed the suspect vehicle north bound on Lake Street. Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop using lights and sirens with the vehicle at Lake and Sale streets. The suspect vehicle immediately fled east bound on Sale Street.

The pursuit turned north bound onto Ryan Street. The driver of the suspect vehicle, later identified as Cody Davis of Lake Charles, continued to drive at a high rate of speed striking two uninvolved vehicles as he fled. The pursuit ended when the suspect vehicle struck a third vehicle near the intersection of Ryan and Eddy Streets. The suspect driver, Davis, was placed under arrest at the scene. As a result of this, one driver was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries.

Arrested:
Cody Davis, Black Male, 27 years of age Lake Charles, Louisiana

Charges:
Obstruction of Justice, Aggravated Flight from an officer, Possession of a stolen Firearm, Possession of stolen things, Hit and Run, Careless Operation, No Driver’s License and Parole Detainer. He was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center, with No Bond.