Two brothers, aged 12 and 14, arrested this week after caught linked with a string of car burglaries in a New Orleans-area apartment complex and their combative mom was arrested by the Police and taken under custody when she was supposedly picking up his two sons, said by the authorities.
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Louisiana Brothers Arrested Along with Their Mother
Deputies went to the Creeks of River Ridge Apartments about2 a.m., Wednesday when numerous cars had been broken into, as attested by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. The two boys, ages 12 and 14, are one of the four suspects wanted for burglaries.
One suspect was supposed to carjack a lady and crashed the car in a near area and ran on foot, reported on Wednesday by Jefferson Parish Sheriff Joe Lopinto. One escaped in a car and was shot by a police officer after he pointed a gun at the deputy, reported by Lopinto.
2 Brothers Arrested and Charged with Burglaries
Jefferson Parish Sherrif Joe Lopinto reported that investigators believed the suspects went into the 62 vehicles and broke in. Authorities estimated that there are approximately 47 vehicle break-ins.
After two minors were involved and arrested, their mother, Tiffany Broomfield, 42-year-old, went to pick them up. She, Tiffany Broomfield, was then arrested for reportedly resisting to the Police.
Tiffany Broomfield was booked on two outstanding warrants, Lopinto said. The two suspects were charged with 47 counts of car burglary, however, that number could possibly increase, as attested by the authorities.
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