Monday, March 8, 2010

Man Wanted in Chalmette Burglary Captured in Tangipahoa Parish Hiding in Attic of His Father’s Home

Oct 12, 2009 - Andrew Bonnet of Chalmette, wanted by the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff's Office on an arrest warrant charging him with residential burglary on Sept. 12, was captured Friday, Oct. 9, by the Tangipahoa Sheriff’s Office after a tip, according to St. Bernard officials.
Bonnet, 30, who formerly lived on Dauterive Drive, was found hiding in the attic of his father’s home in the Independence area, St. Bernard Parish Chief of Detectives Col. John Doran said on Monday, Oct. 12. The father’s name wasn’t released. Bonnet, arrested without resistance, has been transferred to the St. Bernard Parish Prison where he is being held without bond. He is booked with burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
A warrant obtained by a judge alleged Bonnet was identified by St. Bernard sheriff’s detectives as the man who burglarized a home on Dauterive Drive on Sept. 12, stealing a large amount of jewelry, a Honda 50cc motorcycle, a television and collector’s items. Some of the goods were dropped in the street after the burglary but Doran said authorities believe the rest were traded for drugs. Bonnet has served time in the juvenile court system for manslaughter, St. Bernard sheriff’s officials said.


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