Vancouver Washington man arrested on burglary charges

Staff Writer
Gonzales Weekly Citizen

Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Tony Bacala reports the arrest of 33-year-old Joshua Crisostomo for burglary and other charges.

On Tuesday, December 9, Crisostomo was a patron at an East Baton Rouge jewelry store and was recognized by store employees from a wanted list by the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. The store employees called East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s deputies and they responded to the scene to arrest Crisostomo.

On November 30, Crisostomo was seen attempting to break into a Prairieville home while the homeowner was present. He was captured on surveillance video and seen cutting a window screen and breaking a window of the residence.

On Monday, December 1, Crisostomo was involved in a vehicle burglary at a convenience store on Perkins Road in Prairieville. He was seen on surveillance video stealing a wallet and ATM card out of an unlocked vehicle. He was seen using a credit card stolen from the vehicle in the parking lot of the convenience store.

Joshua Daniel Crisostomo, 33, of 2705 NE 83 Vancouver, Washington, was arrested and charged with simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, criminal trespass, simple criminal damage to property less than $500, simple burglary, access device fraud of $500 to $1,500, and theft less than $750.

He was booked into the Ascension Parish Jail where no bond has been set yet.