Amelia man arrested for disturbance in street
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests were made in the eastern part of the parish overnight:
—Henry Harris Randall, 34, of Village Lane, Amelia, was arrested at 9:22 p.m. Monday on Aucoin Lane in Amelia for disturbing the peace (loud and abusive language), obstructing a public passage and resisting an officer. A deputy responding to a complaint of a disturbance observed a shirtless man later identified as Randall standing in the road with his pants at his ankles impeding the flow of traffic. Randall is alleged to have continually yelled profanities at the deputy and others on scene and as the deputy attempted to make an arrest, Randall became combative. He was transported to Teche Regional Medical Center where he was examined and released, after which he was transported to the parish jail for booking. He remains jailed with a $2,250 bail.
—A male juvenile, 14, was arrested Monday at the St. Mary Alternative School for simple battery. School administration alleges that the juvenile threw a calculator at another student and that he had kicked the same student earlier in the day. The juvenile was released to a guardian pending juvenile court proceedings.
The Berwick Police Department reported that it made no arrests overnight, according to Chief James Richard, and the Morgan City Police Department reported no arrests overnight, according to Assistant Chief Glenn Blanco.