Two Adults and One Juvenile From Louisiana Arrested in Connection with Business Burglary and Other Crimes in Terrebonne Parish
Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana – Three people from Louisiana, two adults, and one juvenile, were arrested in connection with a business burglary and other crimes in Terrebonne Parish.
Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Soignet reported the arrest of two Baton Rouge men and a juvenile in connection with the attempted burglary of Cycle World in Houma, Louisiana. Davion Malik Kibodeaux, 20, Daylon Markyon White, 18, and a 17-year-old juvenile were detained in connection with the incident on several felony charges.
The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division got information on June 8, 2023, shortly before 3:00 a.m., that a stolen U-Haul truck was seen driving in the 5500 block of West Park Ave, which was occupied by many people. Patrol deputies arrived and began searching for the vehicle. Deputies arrived in the area and discovered a truck matching the description of the vehicle parked at a nearby apartment complex. Deputies noticed three male males standing near the truck, removing what looked to be gloves and dropping them to the ground.
Once Deputies confirmed the stolen status of the U-Haul vehicle, the male subjects were held in conjunction with the investigation. Davion Kibodeaux, Daylon White, and a 17-year-old whose name has not been revealed were identified as the male subjects. The three males were apprehended without incident, and when deputies searched the stolen vehicle, they discovered various things consistent with tools usually used in the execution of a burglary.
Terrebonne Parish Detectives were dispatched to the location and quickly concluded that the male individuals were planning to break into a local business based on interviews and evidence discovered in the case. Investigators questioned the male subjects, who were unable to produce valid explanations for the investigative circumstances. Further research revealed that Kibodeaux was wanted on outstanding warrants issued by the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office for crimes related to the burglary of a Motor Sports shop in Gonzalez, Louisiana, earlier this year.
Davion Malik Kibodeaux was arrested on suspicion of Illegal Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Tools for a Crime, Attempted Simple Burglary, and Possession of Tools for a Crime, as well as outstanding warrants. Kibodeaux is now being imprisoned at the Terrebonne Criminal Justice Complex on a $75,000 bond set by local judges.
Daylon Markyon White was detained on suspicion of Unlawful Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Criminal Tools, and Attempted Simple Burglary. White is now being imprisoned at the Terrebonne Criminal Justice Complex on a $70,000 bond set by local judges.
The unnamed adolescent was charged with Illegal Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Tools for a Crime, Attempted Simple Burglary, and Possession of Marijuana, which was discovered on his person at the time of his arrest. The juvenile criminal is currently being held at the Terrebonne Parish Juvenile Justice Complex on an undisclosed bond by local judges.
Sheriff Tim Soignet commended the Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division and Detectives for their rapid response, which directly affected the arrest of these offenders and the ultimate conclusion of this incident. Sheriff Soignet said, “Our Patrol Division did an amazing job in this investigation and because of their actions, a local business was saved from becoming a victim. Unfortunately, our agency is far too familiar with this local business falling victim to thefts over the last several years, which has led to the arrest of several offenders not from this community. We will continue to do what is necessary to protect our local businesses from offenders intent on victimizing our community.”
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.