Police allege four teenagers stole cash from a boat launch on Tuesday

Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested four teenagers who allegedly broke into a boat launch pay box and stole cash early Tuesday morning and then allegedly attempted to break into another money box at another boat launch at Cypress Black Bayou.

Detectives thanked the public for the tips they received in this case, which aided in the identity and arrest of these four suspects.

All four suspects were charged with Theft, Attempted Theft and Simple Criminal Property Damage.
Two of the teenagers were 17 and both were transported to WARE Detention Center in Coushatta.

Maxxmillion O’Quinn, 18, of the 1500 block of Highway 162 in Benton was also arrested along with Neil McCarl, 19, of the 100 block of Fox Chase Drive in Haughton.  He was additionally charged with Failure to Appear on charges of Possession of Marijuana, Criminal Mischief, and Trespassing.

“Tips from the public helped solve this case,” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington.  “When the Bossier Sheriff’s Office asks for the public’s help in identifying suspects or for additional information on criminal cases, we are hopeful for answers.  In this case, we got them.  A big ‘thank you’ to our concerned residents who helped identify these suspects.  We appreciate you."

The Bossier Sheriff’s detectives are continuing their investigation.

Editor's note: Any person arrested or charged with a crime is presumed innocent if and until they are convicted in a court of law.