Operation no show efforts continue in Ascension
Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office Major Kevin Hanna reports the Sheriff’s Office is continuing its efforts in the parish to arrest individuals that are failing to appear in court after being arrested on felony and misdemeanor criminal charges. The ongoing initiative is “OPERATION NO SHOW.”
Persons who are arrested on criminal charges are entitled to a bond. Upon bonding from jail the individual is given notice to be in court on a specific date. The following individuals ignored their court date which subsequently led to a bench warrant being issued by the court for failure to appear:
Warren Bruno, 25, of 17021 Camden Drive, Prairieville, is wanted on a felony bench warrant for possession of CDS IV, possession of CDS II, and possession of marijuana.
Wilbert Earl, 30, of 7036 Moran Road, Gonzales, is wanted on a felony bench warrant for possession of CDS II, possession of CDS III, and possession of a legend drug without a prescription.
Constance Comstock, 30, of 16392 Keystone Street, Prairieville, is wanted on a felony bench warrant for trespassing, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of CDS II.
Amberly Leger, 24, 413 W. Pine Street, Gonzales, is wanted on a felony bench warrant for theft.
Shaun Mulich, 31, of 42319 Cedarstone Ave., Prairieville, is wanted on a felony bench warrant for theft.
In an effort to reduce these felony bench warrant numbers, twice a month the Sheriff’s Office is airing a photograph and name of a person that has failed to appear in court, Major Hanna said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office at 225-621-INFO (4636) or Crime Stoppers at 225-344-STOP (7867).