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Deputies arrest 3 suspects in prescription drugs theft

Charles "Dirty D" Savoy (Source: Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office) Charles "Dirty D" Savoy (Source: Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office)
Jonathon "Fatboy" Jouette Jonathon "Fatboy" Jouette
Jody Ann Gautreau Jody Ann Gautreau
GEISMAR, LA (WAFB) -

Three people have been arrested a prescription drugs were stolen from a medicine trailer at a pharmacy on Dec. 5.

The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office said the suspects are:

Charles "Dirty D" Savoy, 39, of Prairieville

Jonathon "Fatboy" Jouette, 26, of Gonzales

Jody Ann Gautreau, 56, of Gonzales

They are suspected in the theft of drugs from a pharmaceutical trailer at the Walgreens in Geismar. Chief Deputy Toney Bacala said the investigation is ongoing are more arrests are possible.

Deputies said they searched Savoy's home on Dec. 14 and found over 1,000 stolen pills. Savoy was booked into the Ascension Parish Jail on the following charges:

Simple burglary of pharmacy

Felony theft

Simple criminal damage to property

Distribution or manufacture of Schedule II CDS

His bond was set at $80,292.50.

Investigators said Jouette was arrested in Alabama the next day. He is awaiting extradition to Ascension Parish.

Gautreau turned herself in to authorities Thursday (Dec. 20). She was booked into the parish jail on the following charges:

Possession of marijuana

Accessory after the fact to simple burglary of a pharmacy

Possession with intent to distribute Schedule II CDS

She was released on a $15,000 bond.

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