Three teens charged in Larose vehicle burglaries
Three teenagers were charged in a string of vehicle burglaries in the Larose area this week. Brody Guidry, Bryce Plaisance, and a 16-year-old juvenile all confessed to their involvement in the crimes.
On Tuesday, June 24, deputies responded to reports of several vehicle burglaries from residents on several streets including West 11th, West 23rd and West 25th Streets. Several items of value were missing from inside their vehicles, including credit cards.
Through investigation, detectives learned the stolen credit cards had been used at nearby stores and were able to obtain a surveillance photo from one of the stores. In doing so, they were able to identify Brody Guidry as a suspect in the burglaries.
On Wednesday, June 25, Guidry turned himself in and admitted to his involvement in the burglaries. He also admitted to using a stolen credit card at multiple locations.
A second subject, Bryce Plaisance, also turned himself in to detectives and admitted to accompanying Guidry in the burglaries.
Through further investigation, detectives learned a 16-year-old male was also involved. Investigators located the juvenile at his residence, and he confessed to his involvement as well.
All three were charged with five counts of simple burglary of a motor vehicle, and Guidry was additionally charged with four counts of unauthorized use of an access card as theft.
Guidry and Plaisance were arrested and transported to the Lafourche Parish Detention Center in Thibodaux. Guidry is currently being held in lieu of $70,000 bond, while Plaisance is being held in lieu of $50,000 bond. The juvenile was released to the custody of his mother.
Both bond amounts were set by Judge Walter I Lanier III.
Posted on Sun, June 29, 2014
by Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office