CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Deputies crack down on litter in Ascension Parish

RAW: APSO surveillance video of suspects littering in Darrow
(Source: Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office)

DARROW, LA (WAFB) - The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office have cited several people for littering in three different cases over the past seven days.

Four Ascension Parish men and a Zachary woman were caught on camera dumping large items on property in Darrow.

Deputies were called out several times on April 14 through April 29 for a complaints of trash dumping at the intersection of Saint Elmo Road and Stanford Levy Road in Darrow. Deputies set up video cameras to try and catch the suspects after they saw the "deplorable conditions," according to a press release.

The sheriff's office said deputies are stepping up enforcement of littering and illegal dumping after seeing the property turn into a dumping site.

"This area is a total mess with trash dumping," said Sheriff Wiley. "It is hoped that all of these violators are given the maximum fine,"

APSO was able to identify five suspects in three different cases thanks to the surveillance cameras.

Allison Beasley, 26, was issued a summons for littering on May 4.

On April 28, Percell Gomez, 35, was issued a summons by deputies for gross littering for dumping several large items on the property.

Deputies issued summons for littering to 35-year-old Dominick Boudreaux, 35-year-old Charles Burl Jr., and 72-year-old Melvin Boudreaux after the three men were caught on video dumping a large television. According to APSO, they confessed to dropping the litter off on April 25.

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