Vidor police arrest suspects "making a butt of themselves"

Vidor police arrest suspects "making a butt of themselves"
Vidor police arrest suspects "making a butt of themselves"

Police in Vidor arrested two suspects on suspicion of public intoxication and other charges after a customer at a local Taco Bell told dispatch the parties had been inside the business "making a butt of themselves" and disturbing patrons Dec. 7, reports the Vidor Police Department (VPD). 

According to a police report from VPD, Officer Matthew Custer responded to the restaurant at 455 North Main St. in Vidor in reference to the call reporting the disturbance. Upon his arrival, Custer states, he saw a maroon Chevrolet Trailblazer occupied by a male a a female that was parked in two spaces in front of the restaurant and observed a second male exiting the business approach the vehicle. The female was identified as Orange resident 52-year-old Desa Letulle, and the male approaching the vehicle was identified as Richard Paul Kibodeaux, 42, of Port Neches. 

As Custer spoke to Letulle, he reports, he smelled an alcoholic beverage. She then told him she had a license to carry. When he asked where her weapon was located, she told him in the door of the vehicle. He found a Ruger P85 in a blue bag in the door. When he asked if she had a weapon in her purse, she hesitated before surrendering her handbag, according to the officer. Custer then looked in the bag, he states, and found what appeared to him to be strawberry scented synthetic marijuana. After Letulle exited the vehicle, he reports that he also saw a partially consumed, open can of Bud Light. He arrested Lutelle for unlawfully carrying a weapon, public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance. 

Kibodeaux was arrested on a City of Orange warrant.

Both suspects were taken to the Orange County Jail.

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