Vorris Mouton, 35, was taken into custody late Monday (Jan. 20, 2014) after the State Police Crime Lab determined he had left his DNA profile at a home that was broken into Dec. 22.
Mouton demanded an elderly woman take him to her safe after he broke into her home. The burglar fled, however, after the women put up a fight.
"Court records show Mouton, 1025 Rene St., New Iberia, has been convicted at least four times of burglary," a news report claimed.
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On Tuesday, Mouton was re-arrested on counts of aggravated burglary and sexual battery after the crime lab linked him to a home invasion Friday in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood. Mouton is accused of breaking into the home between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. and crouching near the 70-year-old victim’s bed when she was startled awake.Continue reading ►
Mouton grabbed the woman and subdued her when she attempted to run, police said. He asked her for money and fled the residence when she said she didn’t have any.
“We do take it personally when these things happen in our community,” Dabadie said. “It hurts us all.”
Authorities are still looking into Mouton’s possible involvement in several other crimes, including two break-ins that occurred Jan. 12 near the areas of Goodwood Boulevard and Glen Oaks Drive and another Jan. 14 in the area of Webb Park.
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