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Carolyn Naquin LeCompte, 81, native of Houma and resident of Gray, passed away Oct. 26, 2017.
Memorial services will be held Friday, Nov. 3, at Samart Funeral Home of Houma-West Park starting at 9 a.m. and services begin at 11 a.m.
She is survived by her husband, Chester LeCompte; daughters, Cathy LeBoeuf (Donald), Caren Martin (Adam), Connie LeBouef, and Carla Bergeron (Carl); son, Curt LeCompte (Donna); 11 grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren with two on the way; sister-in-law, Mary Jane Naquin; and godchild, Nancy Naquin.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Hannis Naquin and Ida Naquin Fanguy; step-father, Maurice Fanguy; and brothers, Raymond, and Albert “AJ” Naquin.
She loved taking pictures, art and being with family and friends.
Special thanks to Dr. James Soignet and Thibodaux Regional Medical Center ICU Staff.
Samart Funeral Home of Houma, West Park is in charge of arrangements.Carolyn Naquin LeCompte, 81, native of Houma and resident of Gray, passed away Oct. 26, 2017.Memorial services will be held Friday, Nov. 3, at Samart Funeral Home of Houma-West Park starting at 9 a.m.
Retired Houma police narcotics head gets suspended sentence
HOUMA, La. (AP) — A retired city police narcotics commander in Louisiana is on probation after pleading guilty to stealing money and tampering with public records, a newspaper reported.
Court records show Jeff Lirette, 47, was given a suspended two-year sentence over prosecutors’ objections, The Courier reported.
The records show Lirette pleaded guilty Dec. 14 to one count each of theft and malfeasance in office, 45 counts of injuring public records and 15 counts of forgery.
District Judge George Larke ordered him to serve 18 months of supervised probation and pay $6,500 restitution and a $500 fine.
He was charged last year with 45 counts of injuring public records, 17 counts of forgery, malfeasance in office and theft between $5,000 to $25,000, Louisiana State Police said.
Lirette, was a lieutenant when he retired after 23 years with the department.
Houma Police asked Louisiana State Police to investigate in October 2019 because money was missing from a department expense account, authorities said. .
According to court records, Lirette stole the money between June 10, 2016, and March 13, 2019, destroying, falsifying or hiding records of payments to confidential informants.
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Lirette was freed on $20,000 bond after his arrest last year.
Houma Police Chief Dana Coleman said Lirette was an “outstanding officer” and wished him well.
“Lt. Jeffrey Lirette was a decorated police officer with our agency, and we commend him for his tenure here,” Coleman said. “I’m glad he’s able to get past this chapter in life and enjoy his retirement, which he so well deserves.”HOUMA, La. (AP) — A retired city police narcotics commander in Louisiana is on… ]]>