Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a Haughton man has been arrested for the unauthorized use of an elderly Bossier Parish man's utility trailer and the exploitation of the infirmed. Bossier Sheriff's investigators say James Russell McDonald, 40, of the 400 block of Spring Creek, saw the trailer in the 75-year-old man's yard Sunday morning and stopped to ask if he could borrow it to move his belongings from one residence to another. Bossier Sheriff's deputies say the man consented and McDonald took the trailer, promising to bring it back within three hours. After McDonald failed to return the trailer in the allotted time, the victim called the Bossier Sheriff's Office with McDonald's license plate number and deputies located the trailer, parked at McDonald's residence. McDonald was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a movable and exploitation of the infirmed. He is currently being held at the Bossier Maximum Security Facility with bond set at $12,500.00 McDonald has an extensive criminal history dating back to 1989. He has been arrested for, among other things, simple battery, felony theft, unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling, criminal trespass, hit and run, domestic abuse battery and driving while intoxicated. Bossier Sheriff's investigators are asking anyone who believes they may have been scammed by McDonald to call the Bossier Sheriff's Office at 965-2203 and ask for a detective.