Man accused of breaking into shed, pawning stolen items
LABADIEVILLE – Deputies in Assumption Parish say a Labadieville man is accused of breaking into a relative's shed then later trying to pawn the stolen belongings.
Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon said 54-year-old Lenny Richard was charged with simple burglary.
Falcon said deputies responded to a complaint on Jan. 3 about a shed burglary in Labadieville that happened in November. During the investigation, Richard was identified after trying to pawn stolen items at a Lafourche Parish Pawn Shop.
Deputies recovered the stolen items and issued a warrant for Richard’s arrest. He was later arrested and booked into the Assumption Parish Jail.
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