PORT SULPUR, La. – The Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for two suspects in connection with several lootings that took place during Hurricane Isaac. Two suspects have already been arrested for the robberies, according to sheriff’s office spokesman Eric Becnel.
Derek Wayne Fruge, 29, of Port Sulphur, and Holden Michael Sylve, 19, of Belle Chasse, are wanted by the sheriff’s office for their involvement the lootings, according to Becnel.
The lootings happened at homes on Milan and Caroline drives in Port Sulphur. Four homes were looted and one theft occurred, according to Becnel.
Kaci Rene Prout, 22, of New Orleans, and Billy Saunier, 29, of Port Sulphur, have already been arrested for the crimes, according to Becnel.
“Property stolen during the lootings included a television, handgun, power and hand tools, jewelry, coins, and fishing rods and reels. Most of the stolen property was recovered during a search of Billy Saunier’s residence on September 2, 2012,” said Becnel.
Fruge is wanted on five counts of looting and one count of theft, and Sylve is wanted on four counts of looting and one count of theft, according to the sheriff’s office. Authorities believe that Fruge may be in the Livingston area.
Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Sharon Cross at 504-564-2525 or Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.