20-Year-Old Louisiana Man Arrested in Connection with Multiple Vehicle Burglaries in LaPlace
LaPlace, Louisiana – A 20-year-old man from Louisiana has been arrested in connection with multiple vehicle burglaries that took place in LaPlace.
The St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office (SJSO) reported on May 15, 2023, that Jaden Moseman, 20, of LaPlace, Louisiana, was arrested on Friday, May 12, 2023, in connection with several vehicle burglaries in a LaPlace neighborhood.
According to investigators, the SJSO received many complaints about automobiles being burglarized in the LaPlace Park area between May 10 and 12, 2023.
Throughout the course of the inquiry, investigators reportedly identified Moseman as a person of interest in connection with the burglaries. Based on the investigation, Moseman’s residence was searched, and some of the suspected stolen items were discovered. Authorities indicated that Moseman resisted arrest.
Moseman was charged with four counts of vehicle burglary and one count of resisting arrest. He is being held in lieu of a $45,000.00 bond.
This investigation is still ongoing. Authorities are asking that anyone with information about vehicle burglaries in the LaPlace Park area call Detective Captain. Brandon Barlow at 504-494-2674.
An arrest is an indication that probable cause exists to believe the subject was involved in the offense alleged. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
About St. John the Baptist Parish: Located in southeastern Louisiana, St. John the Baptist Parish is situated along the Mississippi River and is bordered by three lakes – Lake Maurepas, Lake Pontchartrain, and Lac des Allemands. Known for its agricultural activities and abundant natural resources such as natural gas, petroleum, sulfur, salt, premium quality sands, sugarcane farming, and seafood, the parish is situated in a prime location. It is also home to chemical and petroleum-processing facilities, which make up a significant source of employment in the region. St. John the Baptist Parish is one of the state’s River Parishes, and it possesses abundant low-risk flood areas, making it well-suited for a future with a growing population.