20-year-old Faith Capritto and 21-year-old Todrick Toussiant - both of St. Martinville - and a 16-year-old juvenile have all been arrested after they allegedly committed several vehicle burglaries in a Broussard neighborhood.

According to a Facebook post from Broussard Police, officers got the call on Monday from the neighborhood's residents. Police say they found the suspects in the yard of a home after going on foot to find them. The juvenile suspect was caught but the second suspect - Toussiant - allegedly fought officers and was able to get away...only for a short period of time. Toussiant and the alleged driver - Capritto - eventually turned themselves in to Broussard Police.

Toussiant has been charged with three counts of Burglary of a Vehicle, Resisting Arrest and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile.

Capritto has been charged with three counts of Burglary of a Vehicle.

The juvenile was arrested on multiple counts of burglary.

Several stolen firearms were found as well.

BPD Chief Brannon Decou says the Lafayette Sheriff's Office and Youngsville Police helped his office locate the suspects and credited teamwork among the agencies in being able "to seal off the area better in order to catch these criminals."
In thanking the community for being "very valuable to us," Chief Decou reminds everyone to "LOCK YOUR VEHICLES please!"
If you have any information on this crime or any other criminal activity, please call the Broussard Police Department at (337) 837-6259.

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