News Release

News Release

Suspects Charged with Trying to Break into Several Cars

UPDATE:
On Monday, September 18, APD detectives secured arrest warrants for Casey Bailey, Dayton Clark and Thomas Hornor for a new charge of Simple Burglary. When the three were initially stopped by officers early Sunday morning, officers located a wallet belonging to a male subject in the vehicle. There was no explanation for why the wallet was in their car, but officers could not prove that it was stolen at that time. On Monday morning, detectives were contacted by the owner of the wallet, who identified it as stolen. The victim had been watching a football game at a friend's house Saturday night in the West Pointe subdivision when his vehicle was burglarized.

In addition to the Simple Burglary charge, the warrant for Thomas Hornor also included five counts of Attempted Simple Burglary. These charges relate to the vehicles on Mildred and Osiris, where Hornor was identified as the driver of the suspects' vehicle.

On Tuesday, September 19, Bailey and and Hornor were located by APD patrol officers and transported to the Rapides Parish Detention Center for booking. Clark was still being held on a $26,750 bond, as well as other charges, and was booked at the Detention Center.

ORIGINAL RELEASE:
On September 17, shortly after midnight, APD officers responded to an attempted burglary of a vehicle at a home in the 5200 block of Mildred Street. Officers examined video footage from the incident, and saw that a few minutes prior, a male suspect came under the carport and pulled on the handles to a vehicle. The vehicle was locked, and the suspect went across the street and pulled on the handles to another vehicle, which was also locked. The suspect met up with another male suspect, and both fled to a waiting sedan, which fled the scene.

Shortly after this incident, officers responded to a home in the 700 block of Osiris, where two males pulled on the door handles of three vehicles parked there. A witness saw the suspects, who, upon being discovered, fled on foot. One suspect fell and lost a shoe before they both got into a waiting sedan, which fled the area. The witness was able to copy a license plate number and provide it to officers.

At around 1:15 am, officers located the suspect vehicle in a parking lot in the 1400 block of MacArthur Drive. Officers contacted the occupants, three males and two females. Officers were able to identify two of the males suspects from the video footage, and during the investigation learned that the third male was the driver, waiting in the car with the two females while the other two males got out and attempted to break into vehicles. The three males were identified as Casey Bailey and Thomas Hornor, both 17, of Alexandria, and Dayton Clark, 18, of Pollock. The two females, one of whom was a juvenile, were released.

Casey Bailey was charged with Criminal Conspiracy, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile, and five counts of Attempted Simple Burglary. Dayton Clark was charged with Criminal Conspiracy, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile, and five counts of Attempted Simple Burglary, as well as Resisting an Officer by False Information. Thomas Hornor was charged with Criminal Conspiracy and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile. All three were booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

Casey Bailey

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Dayton Clark

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Thomas Hornor

Traffic Stop - Felon Arrested with Stolen Gun

On September 13, at around 9:45 am, APD officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 4800 block of Lee Street. As the vehicle was pulling over, officers could see the driver reaching behind the seat. After stopping, the driver gave officers permission to search the vehicle, and they located a handgun under the back seat. After running a check on the gun, officers found that it was reported stolen. The driver, identified as Mark James, 26, of Alexandria, was arrested and charged with Possession of a Stolen Firearm, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. He was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

Mark James

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Suspect Charged with Aggravated Assault, Obscenity

UPDATE:

On September 13, Curtis Marks was arrested and charged with Armed Robbery. The charge stems from an incident that occurred in the same area on August 28, in which Marks reportedly threatened a man with a metal baseball bat and demanded his phone. According to reports, the victim refused, at which point Marks swung the bat at him, narrowly missing him. At that time, the victim relinquished the phone and left the area. Marks was identified as the suspect and APD detectives obtained a warrant for his arrest. Marks was charged while still in the Rapides Parish Detention Center on $55,500 bond.

ORIGINAL RELEASE:

On September 11, at around 4:40 pm, APD responded to the 2200 block of East Sycamore Drive, to a disturbance involving a weapon. When police arrived, they encountered several witnesses who said the suspect, identified as Curtis Marks, 24, of Alexandria, had a gun and had threatened everyone present.

According to statements given to officers, Marks had been in a verbal altercation with another male who was present. Marks then allegedly left the area, but quickly returned with a gun, which he waved around and pointed at several people, including children who were present. Several people told officers this was typical behavior of Marks, who threatens and harasses people in the area regularly.

While police were speaking to witnesses, Marks emerged from behind on of the houses in the area and approached the officers. While approaching, Marks dropped his pants and exposed his genitals and put his hands up. Officers gave several orders for Marks to pull his pants up, as several children were still around, and Marks eventually did, at which point he was taken into custody.

Marks was charged with Disturbing the Peace, Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, and Obscenity. He was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

Curtis Marks

Suspect Charged for Exposing Himself in Store

On September 9, around 9:45 am, APD officers responded to a store in the 2000 block of North Mall Drive in reference to a disturbance. The officers were met by store security, who informed them that a male subject had exposed himself to two females. All parties were still on scene.

The two females, one of whom was 16, informed the officers that the male had been near them for several minutes when they were shopping. When the two briefly separated, the male came close to the 16-year-old, exposing his genitals; this caused her to scream, at which point the second female came closer and also saw the male had exposed himself.

According to the store's employees, the male had been in the store since around 7:00 am. When officers contacted the male, he exhibited signs of intoxication, and claimed he had only been in the store for around half an hour. The male also claimed he was at the store with a friend who was shopping, but he could not provide the friend's name.

The male, identified as Robert Henry, 40, of Pineville, was charged with Obscenity, and was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

Robert Henry

Second Robbery Suspect Arrested

On September 5, APD detectives arrested Braylon Dozier, 19, of Alexandria, in connection with the robbery and murder of a delivery driver on September 3. Following his arrest, Dozier was connected with two additional robberies on Bacon Street in Alexandria, on August 6 and August 30. (See initial release at http://alexandrialapolice.org/content/beatrice-street-homicide-suspect-a...)

During their investigation, detectives identified a second suspect who was connected to the first robbery on August 6. On September 7, Eric Dixon, 17, of Alexandria, was arrested and charged with Armed Robbery with a Firearm. He was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

The investigation into the robberies continues, and further details may be released at a later date.

Beatrice Street Homicide Suspect Arrested

On September 3, at around 10 pm, APD responded to a report of shots fired in the 1700 block of Beatrice Street. When officers arrived, they found a 25-year-old male had been shot and was moaning, but unresponsive. The subject was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased. Detectives and crime scene investigators were called to the scene.

During the course of the investigation, detectives were able to identify a suspect and obtain an arrest warrant. On September 5, APD located and arrested Braylon Dozier, 19, of Alexandria, who was charged with Armed Robbery with a Firearm and First Degree Murder. Dozier was also linked to two other robberies, one on August 6 on Bacon Street in Alexandria, and one on August 30 in the same area. A subsequent warrant was obtained and Dozier was charged with two additional counts of Armed Robbery with a Firearm.

Dozier was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. The investigation into these robberies continues, and additional details will follow.

Braylon Dozier

Standoff with Armed Suspect on Dixie Lane

On September 6, around 8:45 am, APD responded to a report of an assault in the 5800 block of Dixie Lane. Upon arrival, officers encountered a woman who said that her son had tried to take her prescription medication from her and then became violent. According to statements given to officers, the suspect first grabbed a knife and threatened her and others in the house, then grabbed a shotgun and loaded it. The suspect then hit her with the gun and would not let her leave, saying he was going to kill her, according to the statements. Eventually, she and others were able to exit the house and call police.

Officers entered the house and were able to establish verbal contact with the suspect, who said he would shoot if officers approached. Officers then established a perimeter and contacted Special Response Team and Hostage Negotiation Team members. At approximately 9:15 am, an officer who made phone contact with the suspect was able to get the suspect to surrender and exit the house, at which point he was taken into custody without incident.

Israel Mayeux, 18, of Alexandria, was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Battery, Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, two counts of False Imprisonment, and two counts of Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer with a Firearm. He was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

No booking photo was available at the time of this release.

Israel Mayeux

Fatal Shooting

On September 3, at around 10 pm, APD responded to a report of shots fired in the 1700 block of Beatrice Street. When officers arrived, they found a 25-year-old male had been shot and was moaning, but unresponsive. The subject was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased. Detectives and crime scene investigators were called to the scene. The investigation continues, and no further details are available at this time.

Multiple Burglary Suspects Arrested, One 2nd/3rd Time this Month

On August 26, APD Officers responded to reports of multiple vehicle burglaries in the Fairfield / Highpoint neighborhood. According to reports, multiple vehicles were broken into overnight, and several items were taken, including a handgun. Detectives were called to assist with the investigation, and obtained surveillance video of the suspects.

After watching the video, they were able to identify the suspects as teens who were stopped by other officers while riding bikes in the area early that morning. Three of the suspects were located Saturday evening by officers who had stopped them the night before, two juveniles and one adult, La'Derion Bowers, 18, of Alexandria. Detectives interviewed the three suspects, who were each charged with four counts of Simple Burglary; Bowers was also charged with two counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile.

The fourth suspect was identified as Donterio Wilson, 17, of Alexandria, who had an active warrant for Simple Burglary and Possession of a Stolen Firearm stemming from an incident earlier in August. On August 27, at around 3:00 pm, Officers located Wilson at a residence in the 400 block of Harold Glen Rd. Wilson fled on foot, running through fields and back yards before officers apprehended him in a back yard on Fifth Street. Wilson was charged with his warrant, as well as another warrant obtained by detectives for four counts of Simple Burglary and two counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile.

This is Wilson's second and third bookings this month. He was charged with multiple burglaries on August 1, related to several cars that were broken into in the Good Earth neighborhood. See the original release at:
http://alexandrialapolice.org/content/three-arrested-multiple-burglaries

Bowers and Wilson were booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center.

Donterio Wilson

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Laderion Bowers

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