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Pierre Part Man Pleads Guilty to Multiple Burglary Charges

          On May 1, 2017, Eno Domingue Jr. of 247 Shell Beach Rd. Pierre Part, LA., age 23, pled guilty to Simple Burglary (4 counts). Domingue was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Thomas Daigle, and presiding over these matters was the Honorable Judge Jessie LeBlanc. This guilty plea was the result of a plea agreement with prosecutors following a string of burglaries in Assumption Parish. 

          On June 17, 2016, deputies with the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a residence located on Hwy 1010 in Labadieville in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the victim who advised that he had left his residence for approximately 3 hours. Upon returning to his residence, the victim observed items around the residence to be out of place. In addition, the victim discovered that a 4-wheeler, several firearms, and other miscellaneous items were missing from the residence.  

          On June 23, 2016, deputies with the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a farm shed on Hwy 1000 in Belle Rose in reference to a theft. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the victim in this matter who advised that someone had taken several barrels from around the shed, as well as a large quantity of fuel from a fuel tank located near the shed. While investigating the scene, it was learned that a large metal storage container had been broken into, and several truck rims had been taken. 

          On July 8, 2016, deputies with the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a residence on Shell Beach Rd. in Pierre Part in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the victim in this matter who advised that the garage adjacent to the residence had been broken into and several miscellaneous items were missing.  

          On July 22, 2016, deputies with the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a tractor shed on Georgia Rd. in Labadieville. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with the landowner who advised that the wires on two fuel tanks near a tractor shed had been cut. The landowner also advised that a large chemical tank was missing, and the fuel hoses on a farm tractor had been cut. In addition, the shop near the shed had been burglarized. 

          Upon completion of the incident reports regarding the burglaries, detectives began investigating and developed Domingue as a suspect. Domingue was subsequently booked into the Assumption Parish Jail. 

          Upon entering a guilty plea to the above mentioned charges, as per the plea agreement with prosecutors, Judge LeBlanc ordered that Domingue be committed to the Louisiana Department of Corrections for a period of 3 years with credit for time served on each count. It was further ordered that the imposed sentences are to run concurrent with one another.