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BPSO reports recent arrests

FROM STAFF REPORTS
DERIDDER -- The Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office is reporting several recent arrests.
According to Chief Deputy Joe Toler, 25-year-old Rusty Toomey, of DeRidder, was arrested March 4. Toomey was booked on aggravated assault and simple battery following an investigation into a report received of a disturbance at a residence where weapons were involved.
Toler said minor injuries were reported.
Toomey was jailed on $5,000 bond.
Toler said also arrested, in a separate case, was 20-year-old Stephanie Baker, of DeRidder. Baker was arrested March 7 and booked on theft of a motor vehicle following an investigation into a report of a missing ATV from a residence in Vernon Parish. Baker was jailed on $2,500 bond.

Some other arrests:

Rodd Polk, 60, of DeRidder; Polk was booked Feb. 28 on criminal trespass and simple criminal damage to property following an investigation into a report of damage to a vehicle parked at a residence. Polk was jailed on $1,000 bond.

John Ipes, 32, of Merryville; was booked March 5 on battery of a police officer and resisting arrest following a traffic stop and subsequent altercation with a Merryville police officer and a Sheriff's Office deputy. Ipes was jailed on $5,000 bond.

Darla Seneca, 49, of Maurice; was booked March 5 on one count of bank fraud following an investigation of money received from a bank through fraudulent means. Seneca was booked on $15,000 bond.

Ricky Aymond, 20, of Lake Charles; was booked March 8 on possession of marijuana (second offense) following an investigation into a report received of a disturbance at a Ragley home. Bond was set at $20,000 bond.

Courtney Deal, 31, of Ragley; was booked March 6 on driving under suspension, drug possession, open alcohol container in a vehicle and disturbing the peace following an investigation into a report received of a suspicious vehicle parked a Ragley business. Deal was booked on $10,500 bond.
 
Roderick Farmer, 35, of DeRidder; was booked March 9 on disturbing the peace (intoxicated) and resisting an officer following an investigation into a report received of a suspicious man observed walking along a highway. Farmer, who authorities say initially provided a false name to officers, was processed into the parish jail. Bond has not been set.
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Location : MerryvilleVernon Parish
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