Bossier City, La (KMSS) — UPDATE (1:47 p.m.): Detectives with the BCPD Property Crimes Unit have arrested a fourth suspect in last weekend’s vandalism spree in south Bossier City.
Thursday, detectives arrested a 15-year-old female from Bossier City and booked her into the Bossier Juvenile Detention Center on 11 felony counts of simple criminal property damage and 20 misdemeanor counts of simple criminal property damage.
Per state law, the name of this suspect cannot be release since she is a juvenile. Detectives say they do not anticipate any further arrests in this case.
Two more teenagers are arrested in connection with a vandalism spree in Bossier City.
Detectives with the Bossier City Police Department's Property Crimes Unit have made two more arrests in connection with a vandalism spree that resulted in more than a dozen tires being slashed on multiple vehicles in the south Bossier City area.
Officers arrested Michael Heard, 17, of Bossier City and a 15-year old boy from Bossier City in connection with the incident.
Heard was booked into Bossier City Jail and the 15-year old was booked into Bossier Juvenile Detenction Center with the 16-year old.
All three are charged with 11 counts of felony for simple criminal property damage and 20 counts of misdemeanor for simple criminal property damage.
The three are accused of taking part together in the spree that happened in the overnight hours of last Saturday night and Sunday morning in the residential areas of south Bossier City including the Bellaire, Savannah Place, Shady Grove and Golden Meadows subdivisions.
All 31 vehicles and three trailers were involved with more than 45 tires slashed. Five of the vehicles also had their windows broken out.
The total damage has amounted to more than $13,000.
In accordance with state law, the names of the 15 and 16-year old suspects cannot be released since they are juveniles. The incident is still under investigation.