Sheriff Craig Webre announced the arrest of Kyron Bourda (age 26) of Raceland on Tuesday, May 3. At around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, deputies with the LPSO Bicycle Patrol and the POP Squad (Problem Oriented Policing), were conducting patrols in Raceland when they encountered several male subjects standing in the roadway in the 600 block of St. Louis Street. Deputies identified one of the men as Kyron Bourda who had active warrants for his arrest. As deputies moved toward Bourda to take him into custody, a struggle ensued as Bourda attempted to fight off deputies. He then fled on foot and entered a nearby residence. Bourda eventually exited the residence and surrendered to deputies. Near the area of the struggle, deputies recovered a pill bottle with Bourda’s name containing marijuana and pills. Bourda was booked on outstanding warrants for Monetary Instrument Abuse and a Parole Violation. He was additionally booked on charges of Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense), Resisting an Officer with Force/Violence, and Unauthorized Entry of an Inhabited Dwelling. His bond has not yet been set, but he is currently being held without bond time due to the parole violation.
Raceland Fugitive Faces Additional Charges after Attempting to Fight Off and Flee from Deputies