Katelynn Morgan, 19, of Railroad Avenue was arrested at 12:55 a.m. Thursday at a lounge on La. 182 in Amelia for simple battery and simple criminal damage to property.
A deputy responded to a complaint of a disturbance at the business which the sheriff’s department declined to name in order to protect the victim’s identity.
Hebert said upon arrival at the lounge, the deputy observed a small crowd yelling and screaming. As the deputy approached the crowd began pointing at Morgan. The deputy learned from the complainant that Morgan and a bartender were engaged in a verbal altercation when Morgan grabbed the bartender’s hair, hitting and slapping the female victim, Hebert stated.
Morgan was released after posting $1,000 bail.
Also arrested by the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Department in the eastern part of the parish, according to Hebert, were:
—Kayla Morin, 23, of Levee Road, Morgan City, at 1:22 p.m. Wednesday on David Drive in Morgan City on a warrant for failure to appear as a witness. She was released after posting $500 bail.
—Rebecca Ann Martin, 40, of River Road, Berwick, at 3:21 p.m. Wednesday on a warrant for failure to comply with the terms of drug court on the charge of disturbing the peace intoxicated. She remains jailed with a $100,000 bail.
—Sheree Martin, 29, of Cremo Lane, Patterson, at 6:34 p.m. Wednesday for simple battery and disturbing the peace.
—Celina Lipari, 36, of Cremo Lane, Patterson, at 6:34 p.m. Wednesday for simple battery, disturbing the peace and on a warrant for simple battery.
A deputy responded to a fight on Cremo Lane where a verbal argument between Martin and Lipari escalated into a physical altercation, the report stated. Both were taken to Teche Regional Medical Center in Morgan City for treatment and later released. Both remain jailed this morning. Martin’s bail is $750, while Lipari’s bail is set at $1,250.
The Morgan City Police Department made the following arrests, according to Assistant Chief Glenn Blanco:
—Michael Thomas Baker, 40, of Walnut Drive, Morgan City, at 4:21 a.m. Thursday for domestic abuse battery. No bail information was available this morning.
—Trent Anthony Gros, 27, of Four Mile Bayou Road in Stephensville on a warrant for careless operation. Gros turned himself in on the warrant. He was released after posting bail of $500.
The Berwick Police Department reported that it made no arrests overnight, according to Chief James Richard.