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Nederland Police Department arrests & responses: Sept. 6-12

Nederland Police Department officers made the following arrests between Sept. 6 and 12:

  • Clyde Blakency III, Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon & family violence
  • Dennis Perry, 29, Terroristic threat-family violence & obstruction/retaliation
  • Jose Rivas, 61, Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
  • Anthony Martinez, 31, Warrant other agency

Nederland Police Department officers made the following responses between Sept. 6 and 12:

Monday, September 6:

  • Officer Thompson assisted another agency in the 2900 block of Avenue G.
  • Officer Perriraz arrested a subject for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon -family violence in the 2800 block of Canal.
  • Officer Arceneaux arrested a subject for terroristic threat of family / household and obstruction or retaliation in the 300 block of N 36th Street.

 Tuesday, September 7:

  •  Officer Arceneaux arrested a subject for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the 300 block of Gage.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Hebert assault in the 2100 block of N 18th Street.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Cogbill interference with child custody in the 1400 block of Boston.
  • A complainant reported to Officer King assault offensive touch -family violence and criminal mischief in the 1300 block of Highway 69.

Wednesday, September 8:

  • A complainant reported to Officer Romero theft in the 2000 block of Highway 365.
  • A complainant reported an assault to Officer King in the 400 block of S 29th Street.
  • Dianna Lindsay reported to Officer Kin a death in the 200 block of S 3rd Street.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Guidry assault offensive touch- family violence in the 1100 block of S 12th Street.

 Thursday, September 9:

  •  No Reports

Friday, September 10:

  •  A complainant reported to Officer Perriraz a dog bite in the 300 block of N 6th Street.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Perriraz theft in the 1800 block of Nederland Avenue.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Champeaux theft in the 1600 block of Nederland Avenue.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Halfin assault offensive touch -family violence in the 1500 block of S 27th Street.
  • Three (3) complainants reported to Officer Collins three (3) thefts in the 200 block of N 17th Street.
  • Officer Arceneaux took a subject into custody on a mental commitment in the 1600 block of Highway 365.

Saturday, September 11:

  •  A complainant reported to Officer Perriraz duty on striking fixture it he 200 block of S 27th Street.

 Sunday, September 12:

  •  Officer Verdine found two (2) subjects to be in possession of a controlled substance in the 3000 block of Highway 365.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Collins assault family violence -impede breathing/circulation in the 3000 block of Avenue A.
  • A complainant reported to Officer Halfin assault causes bodily injury in the 700 block of N 10th Street.
  • Officer Champeaux arrested a subject on another agency’s warrant in the 200 block of 27th Street.

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