Lake Charles, LA –


In December 2023, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies initiated a traffic stop on a car at which time they made contact with Eileenann Large, 42, Lake Charles, who was found to be in possession of multiple binders of identification cards, credit & debit cards, social security cards, insurance cards, and medical files of numerous people.  The items were seized and Large was arrested on drug charges, in which she was in possession of, and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and later released on bond with additional charges pending. 


CPSO detectives continued their investigation in reference to the numerous personal items found to be in possession by Large.  On March 7, after numerous search warrants and subpoenas, detectives issued a warrant for Large’s arrest.  On March 12, she was located during a traffic stop, at which time numerous financial documents and mail, belonging to different people, were again located and seized. 


Large was arrested on her warrant and transported to CPSO for questioning.  When detectives spoke with Large she advised she has been in possession of the documents for years.  She further advised detectives she had more belongings in two storage units.  After execution of a search warrant at the storage units, detectives located several bags full of additional financial documents, mail, and other paperwork belonging to other individuals other than Large.   


She was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with identity theft.  Judge Bobby Holmes set her bond at $75,000.  The investigation is ongoing and more charges are possible.  Detectives are currently in the process of attempting to make contact with the potential victims.    


CPSO Deputy Seth Fusilier is the arresting deputy on this case.  CPSO Detectives Shelli Fontenot & Ken Castille are the lead investigators on this case.


An arrest is an indication that probable cause exists to believe the subject was involved in the offense alleged.   A person is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.