BAKER — Police arrested a 19-year-old woman for the second time this week, accusing her Thursday of threatening a burglary victim on a social media site, Police Chief Mike Knaps said.
On Monday, officers arrested Dominik Walker, 906 Sinbad St., Baker, her mother, 37-year-old Deborah Walker, and a 16-year-old juvenile in connection with a series of burglaries, Knaps said.
Police went to the Walker residence after learning that the 16-year-old was seen wearing clothing allegedly taken in a Nov. 30 Buchanan Street burglary, Knaps said.
During a search of the juvenile’s home, police discovered stolen clothing, a large assortment of stolen electronics and jewelry linked to three other burglaries in the area, Knaps said.
Officers arrested Deborah and Dominik Walker after learning they allegedly had knowledge of the juvenile’s activities and were in possession of stolen property, Knaps said.
The juvenile, whose name was not released, was booked into the East Baton Rouge Juvenile Detention Center on four counts of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, two counts of simple criminal damage to property and illegal possession of stolen things.
Deborah and Dominik Walker were both booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on counts of illegal possession of stolen things and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
Knaps said a burglary victim told detectives Thursday that retaliatory and threatening messages were posted on Dominik Walker’s Facebook page. After investigating the complaint, detectives booked her with obstruction of justice, Knaps said.