Three men have been arrested in connection with several burglaries across three parishes.
Webster Parish Sheriff’s deputies, on Thursday, March 3, arrested Garlandous Demontrey Cathron, 23, of the 100 block of North Parke Apartments in Doyline, for three counts of burglary of an inhabited dwelling, three counts of conspiracy to commit burglary, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number, possession of stolen firearms and illegal possession of stolen things over $1,500.
Katryle Jaterrious Bryant, 24, of the 2700 block of Thayer in
Shreveport, was arrested on the same offenses.
Bond for each was set at $210,000.
Bossier Parish authorities arrested Gardarius D. Williams, 19, of the 2900 block of Darien Street in Shreveport, on the same day for one count of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
Bond was set at $150,000.
Major Dustin Reynolds, WPSO investigator, says several burglaries took place in Webster, Bossier and Bienville parishes. Three of those burglaries took place in the Heflin area, he said. Two of the burglaries took place in Bienville
Parish and at least one in Bossier Parish.
“Webster, Bossier and Bienville parishes all had burglaries that were similar as far as the way they were done and similar vehicles had been seen at each of the burglaries,” he said. “We all got together, compared information, and Bossier made a traffic stop while we were in our meeting,” he said. “They arrested a subject over there and he had a stolen television in the car with him.”
Based on information provided by Williams, Reynolds says they were able to locate and arrest Cathron and Bryant in an apartment in Doyline.
“They were in possession of a large amount of stolen property,” he said.
Reynolds says in addition to a Glock .40 caliber pistol and Hi-Point .45 caliber pistol, deputies recovered laptops, televisions, computers, tablets and other miscellaneous electronics along with some jewelry.
“They were committing these residential burglaries and in turn selling the items,” he said.
Reynolds says the trio was selling these items on Facebook, and is asking anyone who purchased something from these individuals to come forward and return them. He says no one will be in trouble, but they are actively pursuing those who purchased these items.
Bossier Parish authorities say more charges are expected to be added to Williams in connection with other burglaries.