Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Detectives arrested two teenagers in connection with a recent residential burglary in Campti according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office.
The investigation began July 30 at 8:43 pm, when NPSO Patrol Division deputies responded to reports of a residential burglary in the 200 block of Bayou Street in Campti.
When the owner arrived at their home they noticed the rear door open and observed two young adult males running from the residence.
Deputies and Campti Police responded to the scene.
The complainant recognized one of the suspects as being Jarnterian M. Brimzy of Campti, and provided clothing descriptions of both suspects. Deputies searched the area for 45 minutes but were unable to find the suspects.
Deputies processed and photographed the crime. During an inventory of the residence, the complainant could not determine any missing items but noticed where items in the residence had been moved.
Deputies believe that the suspects were frightened and fled upon hearing the complainant returning to the residence. An offense report was completed and turned over to the NPSO Criminal Investigations Division for investigative purposes.
Jarnterian M. Brimzy, 17 of the 100 block of Mill Street in Campti, was arrested in the Campti area Aug. 3. He was transported and booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with Simple Burglary.
A Tenth Judicial District Court Judge set bond at $5,000.
Detectives continued the investigation identifying the second suspect as Christian Oshea Brimzy, 18 of the 100 block of Carter Street in Campti. He was arrested in the Campti area and booked into the Nachitoches Parish Detention Center. He was charged with Simple Burglary and is awaiting bond.
Detective C. LaCour was assisted by Detective D. Winder and NPSO Patrol Shift “B”.