2 arrested in connection with Belle River camp burglary
BELLE RIVER - Sheriff's deputies in Assumption Parish made a pair of arrests in connection with a camp burglary in a Belle River subdivision.
23-year-old Tanner Rivere and 25-year-old Garrett Dugas were taken into custody by deputies and booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center on charges of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
Early Thursday afternoon, deputies received a call about a suspicious vehicle travelling up and down the road in The Oaks subdivision in the Belle River area. Neighbors told deputies there was partially open door at a residence in the 600 block of Michel Rd., and they went to investigate. Deputies located Dugas hiding behind a bathroom door inside the residence.
A short time later, detectives located the driver of the suspicious vehicle, Rivere, and took him into custody without incident.
Both men were still in custody at the time of this writing.
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