Plain Dealing, LA (KMSS) — Bossier Sheriff's Office and Plain Dealing Police Department arrested a man Wednesday that solved multiple burglaries at businesses and residences that were concerned in the two of Plain Dealing over the past two weeks.
D'lundarius D. Daniels, 18, was wanted by Bossier Sheriff's Office for the April 13 burglary of a residence in the 400 block of Elm Street in Plain Dealing.
On Wednesday, Daniels turn himself into the Plain Dealing Police Department on the warrant charge, but during the interrogation with detectives he confessed to 11 other cases of burglary and motor vehicle thefts in the Plain Dealing area from March 29 to April 15.
Daniels also admitted to detectives that he committed burglaries at Plain Dealing residences and businesses, including a gas station, snack shop, pharmacy and convenience store, in which he forced entry and stole various items that were totaled to be nearly $6,000.
He also admitted to stealing a truck and a minivan from residences, but both vehicles have been returned to the owners.
Investigators still have active warrants on a second suspect in the burglaries and are asking the public's help in locating him. Ladarrius Nelson, 21, a black male, 5'10" and weighing about 160 pounds, he has ties to the Plain Dealing area and possibly Bossier City. Nelson is wanted on ten counts of simple burglary and one count of theft of a motor vehicle with a bond of $260,000.
Anyone with any information to contact the Bossier Sheriff's Office at 318-965-2203.