4 booked with burglary

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 10, 2001

LULING – St. Charles Parish sheriff’s deputies responding to a burglary alarm made four arrests and recovered all the stolen goods from a business burglary in the early morning hours of New Year’s Eve.

Capt. Patrick Yoes reported that a silent alarm went off at Mimosa Services, a gun shop located at 12413 U.S. Highway 90, Luling, at 2:29 a.m., and the owner met deputies at the place.

The owner told the deputies he saw a suspicious van in the area with several males around it, trying to get it started. A search of the area turned up the van, and four arrests were made.

Arrested were Bryant Hunter Sr., 29, of 516 Paul Fredrick St., Luling; Joseph Isaac, 47, of 809 Paul Fredrick St., Luling; a 15-year-old Luling male and a 14-year-old Luling male.

Entry was made through a shop window and three rifles had been stolen. When the owner turned up in response to the alarm, he noticed the van parked nearby where the males were trying to get it started.

When they noticed the owner looking at them, they ran, Yoes reported. The search of the immediate area turned up the suspects and the rifles.

Bond was set for Hunter and Isaac at $41,000 each by 29th Judicial District Judge Robert Chaisson.