Man arrested for 39th time
PONCHATOULA - One man had his 39th run-in with Ponchatoula Police after they arrested him for a vehicle burglary.
According to Ponchatoula Police Chief Bry Layrisson, Eljon Mosely was caught on a surveillance camera stealing two semi-automatic handguns and two knives from a car on December 12.
Investigators then arrested Mosely on January 3 for failing to appear in court. During this arrest, police said Mosely had one of the stolen knives with him.
After a short stay in Amite City Jail, cops in Ponchatoula moved Mosely to Tangipahoa Parish Jail. He faces charges of burglary, theft of a firearm and possession of stolen property.
Since 2004, Mosely has been arrested on charges ranging from drug distribution to resisting an officer.
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