Man sentenced to 12 years for Ascension Parish vehicle burglaries
ASCENSION PARISH - A man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for a series of vehicle burglaries in the Prairieville area.
According to District Attorney Ricky Babin, 32-year-old Eric Troquille, of Prairieville, was sentenced Tuesday after he was found guilty in 2016 rash of burglaries in Ascension Parish.
Troquille was arrested after deputies received a vital tip in October 2016. One of the victims was able to provide surveillance footage that was used to identify Troquille and several others. He was soon arrested and booked into the Ascension Parish Jail.
Troquille will now br committed to the Louisiana Department of Corrections to serve out his sentence.
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