Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Soignet announced the arrest of two men in a series of vehicle burglary investigations in the Broadmoor and Lisa Park neighborhoods of Terrebonne Parish. Collin Tribe, 20, and Malik Williams, 20, both of Houma, have been charged with multiple vehicle burglaries in connection with the investigation.
Over the last several weeks, TPSO deputies and detectives began investigating a series of vehicle burglary complaints throughout the Broadmoor and Lisa Park neighborhoods in Terrebonne Parish. Through further investigation, detectives learned that the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office (SMPSO) was actively investigating a series of similar cases, which led to the arrest of Collin Tribe, of Houma. TPSO detectives began working closely with SMPSO investigators and developed information and evidence linking Tribe and a second suspect, identified as Malik Williams, to the vehicle burglary cases in Terrebonne Parish. Additionally, the SMPSO was able to recover numerous items of evidence, including multiple firearms, that were linked to the Terrebonne cases.
TPSO detectives then located Malik Williams, who was brought in for questioning. At the culmination of that interview, Malik Williams was arrested for 13 counts of simple burglary as well as outstanding warrants for his involvement in the St. Mary Parish cases. Williams was transported to the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex, where he remains jailed on a $1,038,000 total bond by local judges.
TPSO detectives have obtained arrest warrants for Collin Tribe for 11 counts of simple burglary for his involvement in the Terrebonne cases. Tribe remains in custody in St. Mary Parish on additional charges.
TPSO detectives are continuing to investigate and monitor additional vehicle burglary complaints that have occurred in Terrebonne Parish to determine if there is a connection.