Sheriff Craig Webre announced the arrest of Jarred Trosclair (age 25) of Thibodaux on Sunday, August 14. On July 29, deputies began investigating an incident wherein Jarred Trosclair allegedly obtained credit cards using another person’s personal information. Through investigation, deputies learned Jarrod Trosclair had been hired to do lawn work for another resident on his street. On one occasion, on July 17, 2016, the resident observed Trosclair going through mail at the residence. Deputies learned he did not have permission to be inside the residence, and the resident confronted Trosclair and banned him from the property. That night, Trosclair was captured on video going back to the residence multiple times attempting to key in a code to deactivate the resident’s home security system, but he was unable to do so. The resident later received correspondence by mail indicating two new credit card accounts had been created using her information, but the cards were in Trosclair’s name. Following the investigation, deputies obtained warrants for Trosclair’s arrest. Then on Sunday, August 14, deputies located Trosclair, and he was taken into custody. He was transported to the Lafourche Parish Detention Center in Thibodaux where he was booked with Criminal Trespassing, Fraudulent Acquisition of a Credit Card, and Unauthorized Entry of an Inhabited Dwelling. He was released at 7:25 p.m. Sunday evening after posting $20,100 bond.
Thibodaux Man Arrested for Incident Involving Fraudulent Acquisition of Credit Cards