Crawfish stolen from Houma business, 2 arrested
HOUMA - Houma police say two men are accused of stealing several sacks of crawfish worth about $250 from a gas station.
The Courier reports 45-year-old Richard Buck and 34-year-old Joshua Robichaux face a charge of unauthorized entry of a business.
Police Chief Dana Coleman says the stolen crawfish were recovered Monday.
After securing surveillance video footage, Coleman said police were able to identify the men from information provided during an earlier traffic stop.
Online jail records do not list attorneys for the men.
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