The investigation by Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Investigators into the recent burglary of Concealment Commander in West Monroe on April 29th has led to the arrest of three suspects, Nigel Glen Frazier, age 17 of West Monroe and two juveniles. Evidence developed during the investigation also led to the suspects to be charged in connection with a prior burglary of S & W Pawn in West Monroe as well.
Frazier is currently being held in OCC on 1 ct. of Simple Burglary and 1 ct. of Illegal Carrying of a Firearm. One juvenile suspect has been charged with 1 ct. of Simple Burglary and 1 ct. Illegal Carrying of a Weapon. The second juvenile suspect has been charged with 1 ct. Illegal Possession of a Stolen Firearm and 1 ct. Illegal Possession of a Sawed-off Shotgun.
Several of the stolen items, including some of the weapons taken in both burglaries, have been recovered. The investigation is continuing and more arrests and charges are expected. Anyone that may have information concerning the burglary at S & W Pawn is asked to contact the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318-329-1200.