Surveillance video shows a green four door sedan with a sunroof occupied by two black males and a light skinned female as the suspected get-away car in an attempted burglary incident at Classic Carwash in Rayne.

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to solve a crime. The Rayne Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance to identify several suspects involved in an attempted burglary. The crime occurred at the Classic Carwash located on South Adams in Rayne around 2:30 a.m. on Sept. 5. 
Kaleb Gibson, who was featured on Crime Stoppers several weeks ago, has been arrested and booked into the Acadia Parish Jail on numerous narcotics warrants. 
Chief KP Gibson reports that Crowley Police have arrested a Crowley resident and have charged him with multiple counts of vehicle burglary and theft.  The incident occurred on Sept. 7. 

Surveillance video shows a green four door sedan with a sunroof occupied by two black males and a light skinned female as the suspected get-away car in an attempted burglary incident at Classic Carwash in Rayne.

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‘Boogas’ and ‘Boulee’ to perform here Aug. 23

LEGION BENEFIT: Bobby “Boogas” Page, left, and V.J. “Boulee” Boulet, along with Swamp Pop Express will perform at the Legion Hall in Rayne to benefit American Legion Post No. 77.

After many years, two of Rayne’s native sons are excited to be coming back to Rayne  to entertain area residents.

Damaris Harmon turns himself in

According to Crowley Chief of Police KP Gibson, Damaris Harmon has turned himself into authorities.

District 11 station nears completion

The future site of Fire Protection District 11’s fire station. According to Chief Chad Monceaux it will be open by the end of August weather permitting.

Chief Chad Monceaux, who will be leading Fire Protection District 11 once the new station is operational, has found himself looking at the skies recently. 

Local tracksters compete in Jr. Olympics

Gulf Coast Hurricane Track Club Coach Carlton Austin stands with the four Crowley athletes he brought to the 2014 USATF Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships in Houston, including, from left, Zur’Najah Poullard, Jaleya Wilson, Nilah Sibley and Jordan Matthews.

The Gulf Coast Hurricane Track Club does more than teach young athletes how to run faster and jump higher and farther.

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Sports

BRINGS HOME TOURNAMENT TROPHY - The Rayne High Volleyball Team participated in the 2014 Northside High Tournament over the weekend and brought home the first place trophy. Team members are, kneeling from left, Ashley Thibodeaux, Shelli Alleman, Karla Richard, Blakely Thomas, Charlyne Peltier; standing, Cee Jae Richard, Blair Bergeron, Katie Benoit, Layni Boudreaux, Charlesha Dugas, Tarya Kanonu, Tristan Mouton, Whitney Fontenot, Jacie Fontenot and Quintara Sinegal.

 

Lifestyle

BIRTHDAY HONOREE - Freddie Miller of Rayne is surrounded by his family during a party held in observance of his 90th birthday, including, seated from left, honoree Freddie MIller and his wife, Verna T. (Lou) MIller; standing, children Marlene M. Habetz, Fred C. Miller, Cynthia M. Vidrine and Donna M. Ancelet. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

 

Obituaries

Sandra Jane Oubre passed away on the evening of Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, at the Baton Rouge General Hospital, her two sons by her side.

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