Case Report: Ville Platte Police

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On October 26, 2017 at approximately 2:54pm, I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to the Slap Ya Momma parking lot, in reference to juveniles fighting on Bus # VP14. Upon arrival I was advised by Chief Neal Lartigue, with the Ville Platte Police Department, that there were two black juvenile males fighting on his bus and that he had paramedics with Acadian Ambulance enroute to our location to give juvenile # 2 medical attention. I advised juvenile #1 to step off the bus; which he complied. I conducted a pat search on the juvenile for weapons, placed handcuffs on his wrists, and put him in the back seat of my marked Ville Platte Police Department vehicle. Paramedics with Acadian Ambulance arrived …show more content…

I advised both Ateka Arvie (mother of juvenile #1) and juvenile #1 of his Rights, per Miranda Waiver of Rights Form, which Arvie and juvenile #1 stated they understood and signed. When asked what happened on the bus, juvenile #1 stated he was sitting in the front seat; when Juvenile # 2 approached him and hit him; juvenile #1 stated he and juvenile #2 began fighting. The father of juvenile #2, Donald Weston, arrived at the Ville Platte Police Department, where he and juvenile #2 was both advised of juvenile #2 Rights, per Miranda Rights, which they both stated they understood; however, juvenile #2 refused to answer any questions without a lawyer present. Arvie, Juvenile #1, Weston, and Juvenile #2, all advised of the court date on November 21, 2017 at 10:00am, which the juveniles have to attend. Juvenile #1 and Juvenile #2, were both charged with Disturbing the Peace by Fighting. Both juveniles were released into the care of their parents. Robert Soileau with First Student was able to obtain video footage of the incident, which shows juvenile # 2 approach Juvenile #1 on the bus, juvenile #1 stands in his seat, then Juvenile #2 approaches Juvenile #1 and hit him. The two boys

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