Earlier this year, detectives learned Dale Olivier (W/M, D.O.B. 11/04/92) of 2342 Bayou Blue Road had exchanged several text messages with a female teenage juvenile during the month of December 2011. At one point, the juvenile agreed to meet Olivier. After meeting, it is alleged that the juvenile left with Olivier and went to his residence in Bayou Blue. There, the two allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse. A warrant was subsequently issued for Oliviers arrest. On Friday, March 16, deputies made contact with Olivier, and he was arrested without incident. He was transported to the Lafourche Parish Detention Center in Thibodaux and was booked on warrants of Felony Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile and two counts of Contempt of Court. He remains at the Detention Center in lieu of $25,000.00 bond.
On Saturday, March 16, detectives responded to an E. 58th Street residence in Cut Off in reference to a residents complaint that someone had slashed tires on three vehicles, and attempted to set one of them on fire. Through investigation, detectives learned Nicholas Dalby (W/M, D.O.B. 02/07/79) of 208 W. 13th Street in Larose was dropped off near the residence, ignited a substance and placed the burning substance near the gas tank of one of the vehicles. He then proceeded to cut the tires of two other vehicles at the residence. At that point, the fire burning near the gas tank of the first vehicle had gone out. Dalby then cut the tires on that vehicle as well, and then he crawled under the vehicle and remained there for an extended period of time before fleeing the premises. Detectives learned Dalby had been served with a Protective Order that prevents him from being within 100 feet of the E. 58th Street residence. Detectives made contact with Dalby and arrested him on three counts of Felony Simple Criminal Damage to Property, three counts of Violation of a Protective Order, and Simple Arson. He was transported and booked in to the Detention Center. He was released Saturday on $40,000.00 bond as had been set by Judge Ashley Bruce Simpson.
On Saturday, March 17, deputies were traveling northbound on LA-1 in Thibodaux when they observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. Deputies determined the vehicle was traveling at a rate of 49 mph in a 35 mph zone and observed the vehicle swerve off the roadway and back. After initiating a traffic stop, they identified the driver as Jasmine Hawkins (B/M, D.O.B. 01/12/90) of 1019 Talbot Avenue, Apt. B in Thibodaux, and there was a female passenger also present. Deputies detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The female passenger, who owned the vehicle, consented to a vehicle search. During the search, deputies found a fully-loaded .44-caliber revolver, several bags containing approximately four (4) ounces of suspected marijuana, several Hydrocodone pills, and various drug paraphernalia. The passenger was issued a summons after claiming ownership of a small bag of marijuana. Hawkins, meanwhile, declared ownership of the rest of the items. He then consented to a search of his residence. There, deputies found additional drug paraphernalia and a large quantity of Adderall. Hawkins was arrested and transported to the Detention Center where he was booked on Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession of a Firearm in the Presence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS), Possession of a Schedule II CDS (Adderall), Possession of a Schedule III CDS (Hydrocodone), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Improper Lane Usage and Speeding. He was released Monday morning, March 19 on $19,350.00 bond as had been set by Judge Simpson.