31-year-old Eric Troquille turned himself into Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Detectives, along with the Louisiana State Police Fugitive Task Force Thursday morning, October 20, according to Chief Deputy Bobby Webre.
On Tuesday, deputies searched for Troquille for approximately five hours in the Dutchtown Lane and Highway 74 area but were unable to locate him. Troquille was wanted for multiple burglaries in Ascension Parish.
The brother of Eric, Devin Troquille, 18, was arrested on Tuesday after deputies chased him and his brother. He was charged with seven counts of simple burglary, two counts theft of a firearm, and simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
During the investigation, deputies learned a third suspect was involved and he was identified as Joshua Livingston, 20, of Geismar. He was arrested late Wednesday evening and charged with 13 counts of simple burglary, four counts of theft of a firearm, and simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
This case is still under investigation and more charges may be pending.