A Cloutierville man and a Boyce woman were arrested in connection with two burglaries of a residence in the Marco community in south Natchitoches Parish.
NPSO Patrol Division deputies responded to a reported residential burglary in the 200 block of Edmund Rachal Road June 3. Items reported taken were a Winchester 12-gauge shotgun, Marlin .22 caliber rifle, Samsung 50-inch television, and a jewelry box containing a mother’s white gold ring, gold pearl earrings and other jewelry.
A week later on June 11, deputies responded to another reported burglary at the same residence.
Items reported stolen were two Magnavox televisions, rolls of coins, laundry detergent, shotgun shells and cigarettes.
Detectives were sharing information with deputies June 13, when a deputy recognized the physical evidence belonging to a person in the Cloutierville area. Terrance Chase Brossett was incarcerated in the Rapides Parish Jail on unrelated charges. Deputies traveled to Alexandria and interviewed Brossett.
Brossett allegedly confessed to the burglaries and said some of the stolen items were at his girlfriend’s residence in the Boyce area. NPSO Detectives and Boyce Police went to the residence at in the 300 block of Londonberry Street but were unable to locate the homeowner. While there, they observed one of the stolen televisions.
Natchitoches and Rapides detectives executed the search warrant. During a search of the residence in the 300 block of Londonberry Street in Boyce,
detectives seized shotgun shells, a Magnavox television and laundry detergent. The Winchester 12-gauge shotgun hidden at Brossett’s residence was also recovered.
Terrance Chase Brossett, 32, currently held in the Rapides Parish Jail for two-counts of simple burglary. No bond has been set.
Ashley Renee Dunnam, 27, turned herself in June 17. She was booked in the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center and charged with one-count of principle to simple burglary.
Dunnam was released on bond pending her court appearance. Brossett confessed to both burglaries of the residence, which belonged to his grandfather that passed away two months ago.