“During the last couple of weeks, we have been dealing with a rash of vandalism in Keller Subdivision, ranging from vehicles and homes being egged, windows being broken, tires being slashed and a total disrespect for the deceased with Woodlawn Cemetery being vandalized,” stated Chief of Police K.P. Gibson.
On Tuesday, investigators with the Youth Services Unit of the Crowley Police Department made multiple arrests and they believe that more will be coming. In all, four juveniles, ranging from age 12 to 16, have been arrested for multiple counts of criminal damage to property.
“The charges stem from the vehicles and residences in Keller Subdivision being vandalized. We are still working on the vandalism case from Woodlawn Cemetery,” stated Chief Gibson.
Due to the arrested suspects being juveniles, their names cannot be released by law.
“Our officers will continue to work on the other vandalism cases including Woodlawn Cemetery. Investigators have more people to interview and feel that they have several good leads to resolve these crimes,” stated Chief Gibson.