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May 21, 2020

Washington Parish Man Arrested Twice in Same Day

The Washington Parish Sheriff's Office reports that yesterday (May 20, 2020) was not a good day for William Robby Cutrer, age 39 and a resident of Lonnie Duncan Road in Mt. Hermon (Franklinton Police reports Cutrer residing on Manning Drive in Franklinton). While he was being booked into the Washington Parish Jail after being arrested by the Franklinton Police Department on various charges, jail personnel noticed that he had outstanding warrants from the 22nd Judicial District Court.

Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Terry Harris responded to the jail and arrested Cutrer again, this time on the outstanding warrants. Cutrer’s bond was set at $5,500.

Franklinton Police reports that Sgt. Chad Dorsett and Sgt. Shawn Rice  came into contact with Cutrer  while investigating burglaries on Manning Drive in Franklinton. Detectives observed a dryer which fit the description of the one stolen on May 19, 2020. Cutrer gave several different explanations as to how he had possession of the dryer. Detectives secured a search warrant for the residence and located several other stolen items taken during the previously reported burglaries and drug paraphernalia throughout the house. Cutrer was charged with possession of stolen property, Possession of drug paraphernalia, 3 counts of Possession of Schedule III drugs, possession of burglary tools and 1 count of burglary.

This is Cutrer’s third time in the Washington Parish Jail. In June 2019 he was arrested for two counts of contempt of court. He returned in October 2019 on charges of burglary of a vehicle, criminal trespass and two more counts of contempt of court.

“With electronic criminal justice data,” said Sheriff Randy Seal, “your past criminal behavior will catch up with you anytime you encounter law enforcement. In Mr. Cutrer’s case, he had the privilege of being booked into the jail twice within a few minutes. Good job, Franklinton Police Department and Lt. Harris.”

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