APSO issues several arrest warrants for failing to appear in court
ASCENSION- The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office is continuing its efforts in the parish to arrest individuals that are failing to appear in court after being arrested on felony and misdemeanor charges.
The pairsh is calling the effort "Operation No Show."
People who are arrested on criminal charges are entitled to a bond, but upon bonding from jail the individual is given notice to be in court on a specific date.
If a court date is ignored, then a bench warrant is issued by the court for failure to appear.
The following individuals failed to appear in court:
Jacob Babin, 29, of Gonzales is wanted on a felony bench warrant for two counts of possession of CDS II, possession of drug paraphernalia, expired motor vehicle inspection sticker and driving under suspension.
Donald Devall, 47, of Gonzales is wanted on a felony bench warrant for domestic abuse battery.
Clayton Townley, 35, of Gonzales, is wanted on a felony bench warrant for simple burglary.
Wade Purdue, 37, of Gonzales is wanted on a felony bench warrant for resisting an officer and registered sex offender.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office at 225-621-INFO (4636).
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