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From the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office:

Sheriff Tim Soignet states that Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies arrested three individuals with Simple Burglary of a Sleca Power substation on Coteau Rd.



​Sheriff Soignet advised that at approximately 4:30am on January 5, 2021, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office patrol responded to the burglary in the 2000 block of Coteau Rd where it was discovered that a large amount of copper wire had been stolen and company vehicles had been burglarized as well. Deputies arrived and observed two subjects running to the wooded area. These subjects were able to evade arrest at that time.

​Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office Detectives and Crimes Scene responded to assist in the investigation.

​A short time later, patrol located Jordan Price Sr (37 years of age residing at 300 Williams Ave) exiting the wooded area and took him into custody. Through the investigation it was learned that Jordan Price Sr had been one of the two individuals who broke into the substation along with Christopher Authement (32 years of age residing at 413 Aragon Rd) after being driven there by Taylor Chauvin ( 27 years of age residing at 211 Reynold St). It was Learned that Taylor Chauvin returned to the area to pick up Christopher Authement after he fled from police.



​Christopher Authement was located at 413 Aragon Rd and Taylor Chauvin was located at 211 Reynold St and taken into custody. While at 413 Aragon Rd, deputies located an ATV stolen from Florida.

​Jordan Price has been arrested for Simple Burglary and Criminal Trespass (outstanding warrant) and being held on $75,500 Bond. Christopher Authement was arrested for Failure to Appear (outstanding warrant), Illegal Possession of Stolen Things, and Simple Burglary he is being held on $85,000 Bond. Taylor Chauvin was arrested for Failure to Appear (outstanding warrant) and Principal to Simple Burglary, she is being held on $50,200 Bond.