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Suspect receives 22 years in DOC in double homicide case

Suspect receives 22 years in DOC in double homicide case
Posted: Feb 4, 2019
Categories: Front Page, Crime
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AMITE---A 28-year-old man accused in the murders of a Hammond woman and her grandson has been sentenced to 22 years behind bars on the charge of conspiracy to commit first degree murder.

21st Judicial District Court Judge Doug Hughes sentenced Raheem Doby, 28, of Baton Rouge, to 22 years in the DOC after Doby pleaded no contest to the conspiracy charges.

He was originally arrested on first degree murder charges in the case which originated in July 2016. At that time, Hammond Police responded to a report of a double homicide on Hoover Street. The victims, identified as 65-year-old Beverly Thompson and her 39-year-old grandson Toreo Thompson, were found with gunshots wounds.

During the course of the investigation, detectives tied the case to an armed robbery that had happened earlier in the day. That robbery "was not directly related to the homicide,” according to published reports at the time of the investigation.

Doby was identified by a fellow suspect as an accomplice in the case. Detectives enlisted the assistance of the US Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force to apprehend Doby and another suspect, who were arrested and taken into custody.

Doby will received credit for time served, according to the sentencing guidelines entered into the court.

In other news from criminal court in Amite, 21st Judicial District Attorney Scott Perrilloux reports that the following individuals appeared in court before Judge Jeffery Johnson on January 31, 2019 and pleaded either guilty or no contest or were found guilty of the following crimes and received the following sentences:

Ross Davis, age 55, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to first offense driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for two years. He is ordered to pay a $935.00 fine along with court costs.

Gunnar Miller, age 23, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to first offense driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for two years. He is ordered to pay a $935.00 fine along with court costs.

Monroe Williams, age 57, of Roseland, LA, pleaded no contest to battery of a police officer, theft under $500.00, and theft under $750.00. He received credit for time served.

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District Attorney Scott M. Perrilloux reports that the following individuals appeared in court on January 29, 2019 before Judge Douglas Hughes and pleaded either guilty or no contest or were found guilty of the following crimes and received the following sentences:

Kenneth Abron, age 35, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Crystal Billiot, age 29, of Ponchatoula, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of stolen property $500.00-$1,500.00, two counts of possession of stolen property under $500.00, three counts of theft under $500.00, and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of juveniles. She was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for two years. She is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Raheem Doby, age 28, of Baton Rouge, LA, pleaded no contest to conspiracy to commit second degree murder. He was sentenced to 22 years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Christopher Hannum, age 47, of New Orleans, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances and possession of schedule I controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for two years. He is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Tessa Jarrell, age 42, of Amite, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances. She was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for two years. She is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Shawnika Joseph, age 35, of Kenner, LA, pleaded no contest to false imprisonment. She was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for one year. She is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Bailey Martin, age 22, of Independence, LA, pleaded no contest to two counts of carnal knowledge of a juvenile. He was sentenced to five years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for three years. He is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Bruce McClendon, age 53, of Amite, LA, pleaded no contest to production/manufacturing or possession with intent to produce or manufacture a schedule II controlled dangerous substance and possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 10 years with the department of corrections. Two years of the sentence was suspended and he is to serve eight years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Richard Stewart Sr., age 47, of Robert, LA, pleaded no contest to introduction of contraband into a penal institution. He was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Lacey St. Romain, age 30, of Franklinton, LA, pleaded no contest to bank fraud. She was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for two years. She is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Jamarcus Watson, age 26, of Pine Grove, LA, pleaded no contest to possession with intent to distribute schedule II controlled dangerous substances, possession of schedule IV controlled dangerous substances, possession of schedule I controlled dangerous substances, and driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to five years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for three years. He is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

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District Attorney Scott M. Perrilloux reports that the following individuals appeared in court January 15, 2019, before Judge Charlotte Foster and pleaded either guilty or no contest or were found guilty of the following crimes and received the following sentences:

Jeremiah Butler, age 21, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to two counts of distribution of schedule I controlled dangerous substances-marijuana. He was sentenced to five years with the department of corrections. The sentence was deferred and he was placed on probation for three years. He is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

Jimmy Davis, age 26, of Loranger, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to one year with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Stephanie Lowry, age 23, of Albany, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia. She received credit for time served.

Bradley Oden, age 22, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to aggravated criminal damage to property, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and introduction of contraband. He was sentenced to eight years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Nelson Pierre, age 32, of Kentwood, LA, pleaded no contest to cruelty to juveniles. He was sentenced to one year with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Phillip Powell, age 38, of Tickfaw, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances and simple battery. He was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Antonio Smith, age 34, of Ponchatoula, LA, pleaded no contest to simple battery. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year. He is ordered to pay a $350.00 fine along with court costs.

Shawn Vezinat, age 34, of Independence, LA, pleaded no contest to simple burglary and theft of a motor vehicle valued at $1,000.00 or more. He was sentenced to five years with the department of corrections for each count. Time is to be served concurrently.

Mackeal Wells, age 19, of Natalbany, LA, pleaded no contest to possession with intent to distribute schedule I controlled dangerous substances and resisting arrest. He was sentenced to three years with the department of corrections. The sentence was deferred and he was placed on probation for three years. He is ordered to pay a $500.00 fine along with court costs.

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District Attorney Scott M. Perrilloux reports that the following individuals appeared in court January 14, 2019 and pleaded either guilty or no contest or were found guilty of the following crimes and received the following sentences:

Tyler Cutrer, age 24, of Independence, LA, pleaded no contest to second degree battery and first offense driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to four years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for three years. He is ordered to pay all fines and court costs.

Edward Jones, age 32, of Tickfaw, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to two years in the parish jail. He received credit for time served.

Rickey Mangerchine, age 62, of Holden, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance. He was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. He received credit for time served.

Trina Moore, age 44, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to failure to return leased movables valued in excess of $1,000.00. She was sentenced to one year with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for three years. She is ordered to pay all fines and court costs.

Charles Perry, age 42, of Kentwood, LA, pleaded no contest to possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon and possession of a schedule I controlled dangerous substance. He was sentenced to five years with the department of corrections without the benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence. He received credit for time served.

Bradley Patrick, age 24, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to theft access of $500.00. He was sentenced to 10 years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for three years. He is ordered to pay all fines court costs, and restitution.

Christopher Woodard, age 41, of Natalbany, LA, pleaded no contest to second degree battery. He was sentenced to two years with the department of corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for two years. He is ordered to pay all fines and court costs.
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