NPSO DEPUTIES ARREST NATCHITOCHES MAN ON FELONY THEFT CHARGES

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a Natchitoches man on felony theft charges in connection with a theft in the Blanchard Road area in Natchitoches on Tuesday according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office.

On Tuesday morning, September 17, at approximately 11:50am, Deputies assigned to the NPSO Patrol Division responded to reports of a theft in progress in the 300 block of Blanchard Road in Natchitoches.

The caller then called back shortly afterwards reporting a silver Dodge pickup truck leaving the residence traveling towards the St. Maurice Lane area.

NPSO and NPD units searched the area for the vehicle.

NPSO Detectives also responded.

Items reported stolen were: Generac generator, Miller plasma cutter, a DeWalt metal cutting chopsaw and other assorted items valued over $3000.

During the investigation, detectives identified Michael Cobb of Natchitoches as a suspect in the theft.

Deputies contacted Cobb by telephone and then made contact with him at the home of a relative on Royal Street in Natchitoches.

Cobb was transported to the NPSO Criminal Investigations Division and interviewed by detectives.

During the interview, Cobb told deputies where the stolen items were taken.

Deputies recovered the items at an undisclosed location on Old River Road.

Michael Cobb, 37, of the 700 block of Royal Street, Natchitoches was transported and booked into the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center charged with 1-count of Felony Theft.

Cobb remains in the Natchitoches Detention Center awaiting bond.

Lt. M. Wilson was assisted by Deputy D. Hobley and Detective J. Kilpatrick


7 thoughts on “NPSO DEPUTIES ARREST NATCHITOCHES MAN ON FELONY THEFT CHARGES

  1. I have nothing to say on this subject. But I really do think the NPSD need to solve things shooting in Natichitoches.

  2. I know Michael Cobb. This is very disappointing. About 10 years ago or so he was busted on drug charges and spent 2 years in prison. When he got out he cleaned up his act, landed a very good job, and seemed to be on the right path. He has a daughter, 9 or 10 yrs old, who he was raising on his own. I hear her mother is a drughead. I have no explanation for this latest escapade. Clearly he had not learned the lessons of his previous “mistake.” I feel for his little girl. She deserves better.

    • very sad for his kids and especially if he is a single parent.But he is a grown
      person and knows right from wrong or should.

  3. another great job by all law enforcement involved and the citizens that called
    this in quickly.This is why home owners need a gun to protect what is theirs.

  4. Felony theft, hmmm. I can’t help but wonder if he will spend much time in jail. It’s too easy to bond out here, and then when he does go before a judge, will he just receive a slap on the wrist and be told to not do that again. I do believe in actions have consequences. He needs to realize this and a slap on the wrist will not do that for anyone. One thing I detest, is a smirk on the face of someone being booked, or of someone leaving a courtroom after only receiving a slap on the wrist.

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