Two arrested after State Troopers investigate single-vehicle crash
Louisiana State Police arrested two Thursday after a continuing investigation of a single-vehicle crash that took place in Vermilion Parish early Sunday.
Troopers arrested Kristian Hebert, 23, of Gueydan, and Carrie J. Sensat, 27, of Egan on multiple charges.
The incident occurred after midnight on Nov. 10 on La. Hwy. 91 near La. Hwy. 714 (north of Gueydan).
An early investigation of the crash showed that a 2010 Dodge Ram, traveling north on La. 91 at a high rate of speed, went off the road. The truck hit an embankment and flipped several times.
Troopers interviewed passengers, including Hebert and Sensat.
Hebert told investigators that he was the driver when the crash took place. Sensat claimed to have been a passenger in the front seat.
Troopers continued the investigation and days later made the determination that the truck had four passengers, including Hebert and Sensat, and that Sensat was the driver. The two other passengers are juveniles, both of whom provided statements troopers deemed accurate.
The juvenile passengers did sustain moderate injuries, according to reports.
Troopers arrested Sensat at a residence in Crowley. She was booked into the Vermilion Parish jail on charges of hit-and-run, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, three counts of negligent injuring, criminal conspiracy, injuring public record, interfering with a State Trooper, as well as no seat belt.
Troopers located Hebert at a his residence in Gueydan. He was booked in the Vermilion Parish jail. He faces charges of injuring public records, interfering with a State Trooper, criminal conspiracy and no seat belt.