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Sheriff's New "I.C.E." Unit Logs 3 Arrests - Thursday, April 11, 2019

DATE:             THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2019
TO:                  ALL MEDIA OUTLETS
FROM:            SHERIFF LELAND FALCON
SUBJECT:      SHERIFF’S NEW "I.C.E.” UNIT LOGS 3 ARRESTS –

                        HILLARY MARIE HEBERT, SHAWN ROBERTSON and KEVIN DAGGS

 

 

NAPOLEONVILLE – Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon’s newly created "I.C.E.” Unit is in its infancy stages and is proving it’s worth quite early.

The acronym I.C.E. stands for Intensified Criminal Enforcement Unit.

The unit, created from within the Sheriff’s Office, is assigned specific missions to combat crime and resolve problems in communities throughout Assumption Parish.

The unit focuses on problems ranging from assisting other units in required situations, to narcotics assignments, to investigative matters. The unit will focus on:

            -Street Crime Enforcement

            -Warrant Enforcement

            -Surveillance

            -Community Policing

            -Traffic Enforcement

            -School Safety

The new unit does not diminish the amount of current units working, but in fact, ads to current shift numbers.

I.C.E. will be used in a manner where a specific focus can be narrowed or isolated, or it can be broadened to deal with larger complex assignments.

"I have committed the necessary resources to fully fund the I.C.E. unit.  We will utilize the resources necessary to continue to make our communities safe”, Falcon said.

In its initial debut, the I.C.E. unit effected three felony arrests.

Hillary Marie Hebert, 25, of 1620 Live Oak, Brusly, LA, was arrested after the specialized unit noted some suspicious activity at a Labadieville business establishment parking lot late Tuesday.

As officers approached Hebert and other occupants of a parked vehicle, Hebert and a second male subject appeared very nervous.  At some point, Hebert became deceptive and began to cry.  A K-9 unit was called in and conducted an open-air sniff of the vehicle and alerted to the presence of illegal narcotics.  A subsequent search of the vehicle yielded marijuana, cocaine, heroin and assorted drug paraphernalia.  Hillary Marie Hebert was arrested and booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center on charges of:

            *Possession of Marijuana

            *Possession of Heroin

            *Possession of Cocaine

            *Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Hillary Marie Hebert remains incarcerated pending a bail hearing.

As a result of the same incident, agents arrested Shawn Robertson, 24, of 881 Jennifer Jean Drive, Baton Rouge, LA, on a Probation / Parole Fugitive Warrant from East Baton Rouge Parish.  He was booked into the Assumption Parish Detention Center and awaits transfer to East Baton Rouge.

In a separate case, the I.C.E. unit arrested Kevin Daggs, 58, of 1001 Caroline Street, Thibodaux, LA, on a charge of:

            *Communicating False Information of a Planned Arson

That arrest is the result of an incident on February 15, 2017 stemming from a domestic dispute between Daggs and a female companion.  In that matter, Daggs is accused of spraying lighter fluid throughout the entire residence and holding a cigarette lighter threatening to ignite a fire.  Daggs fled as deputies approached.  Responding deputies filed arrest warrants against Daggs but he eluded arrest until I.C.E. arrested him on Tuesday night.

Daggs remains incarcerated pending a bond hearing.

           

For additional information concerning this News Release, contact Sheriff Leland Falcon or Public Information Officer, Lonny Cavalier at 985-369-7281.


 

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