Earlier this month, the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office called for the public's help in identifying four men who were caught on camera attempting to use a stolen credit card at a Bossier City Wal-Mart. The card was stolen during a vehicle burglary. All four men have now been arrested and are facing a multitude of charges.

A press release from the BPSO tells us who is now behind bars:

Wesley Roberts, 19, of the 8000 block of Tall Pines Road in Haughton, arrested on Nov. 8 and charged with two counts of simple burglary, access device fraud and attempted access device fraud. Booked into the Bossier Maximum Security Facility.

Wesley Roberts - BPSO

Chace Williams, 18, of the 8400 block of Woodhill Lane in Haughton, arrested on Nov. 21 and charged with six counts of simple burglary. Booked into the Bossier Maximum Security Facility.

Chace Williams- BPSO

Kevin Wooley, 17, of the 100 block of Holly Ridge Drive in Haughton, arrested on Nov. 11 by summons for attempted access device fraud.

Daniel Kotler, 30, (no known address) arrested on Nov. 10 by summons for attempted access device fraud.

There are no booking photos of Wooley and Kotler because they were arrested by summons.

Authorities say Roberts turned himself into Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives on Nov. 8, the same day the news announcement was made about the case. He admitted to detectives he committed two vehicle burglaries with Williams in the Legacy subdivision. He then used a stolen credit card at a convenience store in Bossier City to purchase fuel before attempting to use another stolen credit card at the Wal-Mart on Airline.

Wooley and Kotler were arrested by summons three days later on Nov. 11 for their role in attempting to use the stolen credit card at Wal-Mart.
Williams was later arrested on warrant charges during a traffic stop on Nov. 21. Upon questioning by detectives, he admitted to committing four other vehicle burglaries in addition to two committed with Roberts in the Legacy subdivision.

The case remains under investigation.