One arrested, two still at large for Gonzales storage center burglary

Friday, April 5, 2013 - 2:00pm

Three suspects have been identified as the people responsible for the storage facility burglary that occurred earlier this week.

As a result of news reports that were publicized yesterday, an anonymous tip was received identifying one of the suspects. A second call was then received from a Vermillion Parish deputy also identifying that same person and a second person as the individuals in the video.

Both tips indicated that Christie Leger, 36, of Youngsville, was one of the people on video during the crime; the deputy added that the second suspect was Lisa Arcement, who is also known as Lisa Kempfer. As the investigation unfolded, the male subject seen in the surveillance video was identified as Shane Harris.

Ascension Parish Detectives met with detectives from Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office late Wednesday night and went to a home in Youngsville where a large amount of stolen property from Ascension Parish and property stolen from several other south Louisiana Parishes were located. Among the items recovered were the motorcycle and the 2013 Mastercraft X55 Ski boat that were stolen from Ascension Parish.

Christie Leger was arrested by Lafayette Sheriff’s Office and charged with Possession of Stolen Things, Possession of Schedule I Marijuana (70 grams), Possession of Schedule II CDS (methamphetamines 1.8. grams), and Possession of Schedule III ( ketamine-4 CC). She is currently booked in the Lafayette Parish Jail. She will be facing burglary and theft charges in Ascension Parish in the coming days.

Her husband, Roger Leger, 37, was also arrested and charged with Possession of Stolen Things, Possession of Schedule I Marijuana (70 grams), Possession of Schedule II CDS (methamphetamines 1.8. grams), and Possession of Schedule III ( ketamine-4 CC) . He is currently booked in the Lafayette Parish Jail.

Ascension authorities are also seeking burglary and theft warrants on Shane Harris and Kempfer. They remain at large and multiple agencies are searching for the two.  

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