Youngsville man arrested for stealing lawn mower - KLFY News 10

Youngsville man arrested for stealing lawn mower

Justin Schaubert Justin Schaubert

Vermilion Parish Sheriff deputies arrested a Youngsville man after they say he stole a lawn mower from a residence located off of La. Hwy. 338 and N. Airport road in Vermilion Parish.

Justin Schaubert was arrested Monday for simple burglary and was booked into the Vermilion Parish Correctional Center.

Authorities say the zero turn lawn mower has yet to be recovered.

Major Darryl LeBlanc says the investigation is ongoing and additional arrest may be forthcoming.

Anyone with information on where the stolen mower (Orange colored 54" Husquvarna Zero Turn Lawn Mower) may be is urged to contact the Vermilion Parish Sheriff's Criminal Investigations Division at 898-4403.


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