Caddo Sheriff’s detectives arrested two teens for committing multiple car burglaries in the Timberline and Deer Creek neighborhoods, said Sheriff Steve Prator.
The burglaries occurred between November 6 and 10 and included neighborhoods both inside and outside the city limits of west Shreveport. Caddo Sheriff’s deputies worked with Shreveport Police to identify two suspects, Rotreyvion Young, 19, and Cly'Deriyon O’Neal, 18, both of Shreveport, after detectives located surveillance video of the break-ins.
Sheriff’s Detective Matt Lucky said 10 victims reported break-ins in the parish where firearms and money were taken out of unlocked vehicles. One of the firearms has been recovered.
Following an investigation involving CPSO and SPD, Young was charged by the sheriff’s office with one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, two counts of theft of a firearm, three counts of simple burglary, and four counts of attempted simple burglary.
O’Neal was charged by CPSO with one count of theft of a firearm, two counts of simple burglary, and four counts of attempted simple burglary.
Both face additional charges by Shreveport Police. The investigation is continuing.
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