Fourth suspect arrested in Ascension Parish burglary spree
ASCENSION – The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office arrested an 18-year-old wanted in connection to three previous burglary arrests.
Last week, 31-year-old Eric Troquille, his brother 18-year-old Devin Troquille and 20-year-old Joshua Livingston were arrested in connection to 31 burglaries in Ascension Parish. Deputies said Austin Gilbert is also involved in the burglaries.
Deputies began searching for Eric Troquille and his brother on Tuesday in the Dutchtown Lane and Highway 74 area. Devin Troquille was arrested and transported to the Ascension Parish Jail.
Livingston was later arrested the next day and Thursday Eric Troquille turned himself in.
All four were charged with 31 counts of simple burglary of a vehicle, 29 counts of criminal trespass, three counts simple burglary of a residence, six counts of theft of a firearm, simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, and possession of a stolen vehicle.
Gilbert turned himself in after deputies sent out an alert about him being wanted. He was booked into jail Monday evening.
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