A suspect wanted by the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office on an outstanding warrant for a burglary at a Gonzales business is reportedly one of three suspects who allegedly attempted to rob a motorsports business in Houma.
In a news release, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Sognet announced that two men and a juvenile from Baton Rouge have been arrested on suspicion of trying to break into Bike World in Houma.
The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that 20-year-old Davion Malik Kibodeaux, 18-year-old Daylon Markion White and an unidentified juvenile, 17, have been arrested.
According to the release, TPSO’s patrol unit received a report around 3 a.m. on June 8 that a stolen U-Haul truck was seen driving in the 5500 block of West Park Street, which was occupied by several people.
Deputies responded to the area and observed a vehicle matching the description inside the apartment with three male subjects parked near the car.
After confirming the truck was stolen, the three men were taken into custody without incident, deputies said.
After searching the stolen vehicle, deputies reportedly found items they say are commonly used in burglaries.
Investigators who were called to the scene suspected the men of planning to break into the business based on interviews and evidence found in the case, according to the statement.
During the investigation, detectives learned Kibodeaux was wanted on an outstanding warrant through APSO in connection with the burglary of a motorsports business in Gonzales earlier in the year.
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