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UPDATE: LAMONTE CASE

UPDATE: LAMONTE CASE - HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that another arrest has been made in the Lamonte case.

On August 23, 2009 several suspects broke into the Lamonte’s home on South Baptist Rd., shot Mr. Anthony Lamonte leaving him severely wounded and then shot and killed his wife, Mrs. Grace Lamonte.

Three arrests have already been made in the case and on Friday August 28, 2009, TPSO detectives made a fourth arrest. Alice Walker (b/fm 2.22.76) of Mc Moore Rd. in Hammond was arrested and charged with first degree homicide, attempted first degree homicide and home invasion. Throughout the course of the investigation, detectives discovered that Walker was present at the Lamonte residence on South Baptist Rd. when this horrifying act of violence occurred.

This investigation is still ongoing at this time. Detectives believe additional arrests are forthcoming.

WANTED Suspect

TICKFAW, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Juvenile Detectives Division is looking for Howard Charles Skinner. Skinner is wanted for Felony Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Skinner is asked to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245 or the TPSO at 985.748.3353.

Howard Charles Skinner
31635 Drake Road
Tickfaw, LA
B/M dob 4/6/81
5’07” 180 lbs

TPSO Investigates Home Invasion on South Baptist Rd.

 HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office regretfully reports that a home invasion occurred early this morning on South Baptist Rd. which resulted in the death of a local resident.

On August 23, 2009, at approximately 1:19 AM, Deputy John Eady responded to 44055 South Baptist Road in reference to a home invasion. While en-route dispatch advised that it was stated that three black males broke into the residence and two people had been shot.

Upon deputies arrival, they surrounded the residence and observed forced entry into the residence. Deputy David Copeland forcibly made entry through the front door in an effort to make contact with the victims. Assisting deputies secured the residence as Deputy Copeland approached a male victim lying on the ground. Deputy Copeland observed Anthony Lamonte (w/m, 72 yoa) had been shot and wounded and that Lamonte’s wife, Mrs. Grace Lamonte (w/f, 68 yoa) had been shot and killed.

During the course of the investigation, deputies learned that three black males, two of which were wearing light colored tee-shirts, invaded the Lamonte’s home and shot the victims. TPSO Detectives along with the LA State Police Crime Lab thoroughly processed the residence for evidence regarding the homicide. This investigation in ongoing at this time. Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Detectives are aggressively working this case and are asking anyone having information regarding this shooting to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245 or the TPSO, Detective Kenny Schliegelmeyer at 985.902.2030.

Mr. Anthony Lamonte was transported to a New Orleans hospital where he is reported to be in stable condition.

Our thoughts and prayers remain with the victims, their families and friends.

TPSO Agents Arrest Six in Meth Case

HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotic Agents received information that methamphetamines were being manufactured at a residence on Old Covington Highway. Agents set up surveillance on the residence for several weeks. Yesterday, August 11, 2009, Agents received information that precursor materials were being purchased for the use of manufacturing. Agents located the suspect vehicle allegedly transporting the materials to the Old Covington Highway residence. Agents identified Joey Redmond, 12.25.79, as being a known manufacturer of meth in the area. Upon agents arrival at the home, they observed a burn pile in the yard which contained a container of camp fuel, numerous boxes of pseudoephedrine along with double A battery strips. By the time agents exited their vehicles; a subject identified as Melvin Stout, 2.23.72, exited the residence with a container and discarded the contents as he fled on foot. These contents were suspected to be ground up pseudoephedrine. The subject was quickly apprehended.

As agents were speaking with several subjects, the observed in plain view through and open window an actual constructed meth lab. It was discovered later in the investigation that suspects were planning to use the stated lab to manufacture meth. Subjects stated that this was their first time attempting to cook meth using the one pot method.

As a result of the investigation, the following subjects were attested and charged with operation, creation of a clandestine lab and manufacturing of schedule II narcotics.

Joey Duane Redmond, 12.25.79 of 21184 Old Covington Highway.
Justin Orourke, 7.6.90 of Mary Kinchen Rd. in Albany.
Melvin Stout, 2.23.72 of Lexington St in Bogalusa.
Sharon K. Britt, 11.11.78 of Buck Stewart Rd. in Poplaville, MS.
Jerry W. Redmond, 2.6.79 of Sisters. Rd. in Ponchatoula.
Robert Dominguez, 8.21.89 of Brown Rd. in Ponchatoula.

Roadside Arrest

HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that on August 18, 2009, at approximately 7:20 PM, Deputy John Eady initiated a traffic stop which resulted in the arrest of one Rachel Marie Calmes (w/f, 11.21.87) of Old Covington Highway.

Deputy Eady initiated a traffic stop on Calmes for improper lane usage on Old Covington Hwy. Upon approaching the vehicle, Eady observed in plain view components used in the manufacturing methamphetamines. Deputy Eady contacted TPSO Narcotics Agents to begin an investigation. Upon arrival, agents located camp fuel, two bags of ammonia sulfate, lye and batteries. All of these items are precursors materials used in manufacturing meth. After speaking with agents, Calmes admitted to using these to manufacture methamphetamines.

Calmes was then arrested and charged with the operation / creation of a clandestine lab.

Sorbiety Checkpoint

HAMMOND, LA - Sheriff Daniel Edwards announces that the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a DWI Checkpoint which will be held on Friday, August 28, 2009 in our Parish. The DWI Checkpoint will begin at approximately 10:00 P.M. and will continue until approximately 4:00 P.M.

Drive Impaired Get Arrested” & Remember, the only designated driver is the person who has had NO ALCOHOL.



Sheriff's Appointment

HAMMOND, LA. - The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that Sheriff Daniel Edwards has been asked by the National Sheriff’s Association to continue to serve as a member of the committees for Crime Prevention/Private Security and Domestic Violence.

This is Sheriff Edwards third consecutive year to work the National Sheriff’s Association on these committee’s. The NSA is a non-profit organization that has spent the past sixty years supporting and serving the law enforcement community along with many criminal justice professionals.

By serving on these committees, Sheriff Daniel Edwards will continue to work side by side with state and national domestic violence prevention organizations and associations. He will remain actively involved with the promotion of uniformity in laws, education and the intervention of domestic law enforcement. By accepting this appointment, Sheriff Edwards will continue to build relationships between sheriffs nation wide, the private security industry and the general business community by promoting the creation of crime prevention programs serving sheriff’s and communities.

“By working on these committees, we will develop effective strategies in dealing with common issues in our communities, as well as identify and promote proven approaches and programs which increase the safety, security of our citizens, especially those in Tangipahoa Parish” Edwards states.

Ponchatoula Man Killed in Fatal Crash

PONCHATOULA, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that at approximately 3:000 am, August 16, 2009, a fatal crash occurred on Dunson Road at the intersection of B. Himel Road.
Justin Stark Mc Kinney, age 23, of 20093 One Plaza Drive, Ponchatoula, LA. 70454, was operating a 2002 Chevrolet pick up truck north bound on Dunson Road when his vehicle left the roadway. As the vehicle approached a curve in the road, the driver failed to maneuver his vehicle around the curve and ran off the road at the intersection of Dunson Road and B. Himel Road. The vehicle first impacted with a street sign and a metal mail box post then continued forward to strike a large tree. The vehicle proceeded to run over two large pieces of a fallen tree. This caused the vehicle to rotate, flip and collide with another large tree causing major damage to the vehicle.
Deputy Coroner Bankston pronounced the driver dead at the scene. The investigation is still ongoing at this time. Blood was drawn and was sent to the LSP Crime Lab in Baton Rouge. It is unknown at this time if speed and/or alcohol are a factor in the crash.

TPSO Investigates Drive By Shooting

TPSO Investigates Drive By Shooting - HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriffs office is looking for a male suspect wanted in connection to a drive by shooting which occurred on August 13, 2009, at approximately 10:15 pm on East Park Ave. in Hammond.

Deputy Jonathan Williams was first to arrive at the E. Park residence. The complainant stated that she observed a gold vehicle traveling east on E. Park Ave as she was walking to her neighbors house. Moments later, she observed the same vehicle traveling west on E. Park Ave. with its head lights turned off. She observed the vehicle come to a complete stop as shots were being fired out of the passenger’s side window. These shots were directed toward the complainant. The complainant also stated that she heard the suspect yell several obscenities to her as they drove away from the scene.

After further investigation, deputies leaned that James Green, 40, of Buzzetta Lane in Hammond is a key suspect in this investigation. Warrants are being issued for Green’s arrest. Green will be charged with aggravated assault by a drive by.

This investigation is still on going at this time. Anyone having information regarding Green’s whereabouts is asked to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245 or the TPSO at 985.902.2088.

Sheriff\'s Deputies respond to an Aggravated Burglary in Hammond, LA

HAMMOND, LA- Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division is investigating an aggravated burglary which occurred at approximately 11:00pm on August 13, 2009.

Deputy John Eady was the first to respond at the residence on 42146 Bailey Drive. While en-route, Deputy Eady was advised the two male suspects fled the scene and were wearing masks and hoods over their heads. Upon making contact with the victim and securing the scene, deputies discovered that two male suspects entered the Bailey Dr. apartment through an unlocked window. While in the residence, one of the suspects held the victim at gun point as the other suspect searched the house. After taking several items from the victim, the suspects fled in an unknown direction.

Sheriff Edwards is asking anyone having information regarding this case to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245 or TPSO Detective Kenny Schliegelmeyer at 985.902.2030. Thank you in advance for your support and cooperation.

DISTURBANCE AT PLAYERS LOUNGE - UPDATE

Hammond, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that two arrests have been made in connection with the disturbance which occurred at Players Lounge on Happywoods Rd. The incident took place in July 26, 2009, where a disturbance resulted in several bystanders being struck by a vehicle as it exited the parking lot.

On August 8, 2009, TPSO Deputies arrested Jeremy James Griner, 25 yoa, of Hammond LA on eight counts of aggravated battery, three counts of hit and run, reckless operation of a vehicle, driving under suspension and not having insurance. Also charged was Julie Mansfield, 20yoa, of Hammond for criminal damage to a vehicle.

Griner is currently being held at the TPSO Jail on a 100,000 bond.

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HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office reports that that Criminal Investigations Division is investigating an incident which occurred at Players Lounge on Happywoods Road in the early morning hours of July 26, 2009.

Deputy John Edwards responded to the disturbance where he encountered a chaotic scene with multiple victims. Deputy Edwards immediately requested emergency medical technicians to the scene and began to gain control of the crowd. Additional deputies arrived and began the investigation. Multiple witnesses were interviewed. It was stated that a disturbance occurred between several subjects at the lounge. As one of the subjects was retreating from the scene, his vehicle struck several pedestrians and vehicles upon his exit.

This investigation is on going. Detectives believe that an arrest in this case is forthcoming. Several of the victims were transported to medical facilities for treatment to the injures sustained during the incident.

Sheriff Purchases New K9

HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards announces the arrival of a new K9 to the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office.

On July 6, 2009, Sheriff Edwards purchased new K9 Diego who will be working under the direction of Sgt. Tommy Ferrand. Diego is Sgt. Ferrand’s second service dog replacing K9 Kazon who served the TPSO since 2005 and is now enjoying retirement. Diego was purchased from Cajun Law Dawg Kennels and is a Dutch Shepherd. Diego is just under three years old and has just officially certified in both narcotics detection and patrol work through the USPCA. Diego will be asked to do numerous demonstrations throughout Tangipahoa Parish in his upcoming years of service. Sgt. Ferrand, an eleven year veteran with the sheriff’s office, will continue to work with and enhance Diego’s skills as a K9 deputy with the sheriff’s office.

“Reliability in job performance is of paramount importance when it comes to my K9s and deputies. The numerous amount of training hours my deputies spend on ongoing proficiency training ensures each dog will act and perform according to expectations and standards. I am proud to serve Tangipahoa Parish side by side with each one of my deputies and their K9 companions.”…Sheriff Edwards

History on Dutch Shepherd’s.

The Dutch Shepherd, native to Holland, was originally a sheepdog, and was also used by Dutch farmers as a general-purpose farm dog. The Dutch Shepherd is a medium-sized, well-proportioned, well-muscled dog, with a powerful, well-balanced structure, an intelligent expression and a lively temperament. He is alert, devoted to his owner, obedient, and eager to please and oblige. He is a good guardian, is very faithful and reliable, undemanding, with plenty of stamina, is vigilant, active and is gifted with a typical shepherd temperament. He may be somewhat reserved and should be well socialized. The breed is very similar in coat types and physical characteristics, except for color, to the Belgian Shepherd Dog. Height range for males is from 22-1/2 to 24-1/2 inches. Height range for females is from 21-1/2 to 23-1/2 inches.

Safety Laws - Update

HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office presents the following information from the LA Highway Safety Commission.

New LA. highway safety laws impact most drivers and passengers

Laws that take effect in August and September designed to reduce deaths:

New safety laws that take effect in August and September should save lives by requiring all vehicle passengers to buckle up, imposing 15-day jail sentences on people caught driving while their licenses are suspended for a previous DWI, and suspending for one year licenses of suspects who refuse to take a DWI blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test.

The new DWI laws passed by the Legislature this year were part of a package proposed by Gov. Bobby Jindal and the DWI-Vehicular Homicide Task Force. The three DWI measures are designed to reduce the state’s above-average alcohol-related traffic deaths. In 2008, 449 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes in Louisiana. The state’s 2008 alcohol-related crash deaths represented 49 percent of all highway deaths, compared to the nationwide average of 32 percent.

The new seat belt law requires the driver and passengers over the age of 13 seated in both the front and rear seats of vehicles to buckle up. Previously, only front-seat passengers and children were required to buckle up or be protected by an age-appropriate child restraint. The new law requires rear-seat passengers to also buckle up.

“Together these measures represent the most sweeping advances in highway safety laws Louisiana has experienced in a number of years,” said Lt. Col. John LeBlanc, executive director of the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission. “We estimate the rear seat safety belt law alone could save 22 lives in Louisiana every year.”

Louisiana State Police Superintendent Col. Mike Edmonson said the increased DWI penalties are new tools that will help save lives.

"These new laws further demonstrate the commitment of our state's leadership to ensure that Louisiana’s highways are safe. Whether a driver or a passenger, it is the responsibility of every citizen to promote safe habits while on our highways,” Edmonson said. "We must work together to change the culture in Louisiana that perpetuates unsafe habits—like drinking and driving and not buckling seat belts. Changing that culture won't be easy but we are determined to make our highways safer for everyone."
“We have personally seen too many lives lost as a result of drunk driving and unrestrained passengers. The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office will be strictly enforcing these new laws in an effort to save lives and protect the citizens of Tangipahoa Parish. With combined efforts, the Sheriff’s Office, along with all law enforcement agencies will be the catalyst for this new culture.” …..Sheriff Edwards
The four key highway safety laws taking effect are:
Act 166 by Rep. Nickie Monica of LaPlace and Sen. Neil Riser of Columbia requires all occupants over 13 years old to buckle up in most vehicles. The law applies to all vehicles having a gross weight of 10,000 pounds or less, which includes automobiles, vans and pick-up trucks. The law provides for fines of $25 for the first violation, $50 for a second violation, and $50 plus court costs for subsequent violations. Louisiana is a “primary enforcement” state, meaning that officers can stop and ticket motorists they observe not wearing seat belts. In 2008, 33 of the 55 back-seat occupants killed in Louisiana were not wearing their seat belts. Seat belts reduce the chance of death in a crash by 45 percent and of injury by 50 percent.
• Act 288 by Rep. Damon Baldone of Houma and others suspends driver’s licenses for one year (up from six months) for drivers who refuse to take a BAC test. The suspension goes up to two years for a driver who refuses the test during a second stop. In 2007—the most recent year for which complete data is available—8,892 suspects refused to take a BAC and 13,805 agreed to the test. Over 11,000 of the 13,805 submittals were first time offenders.
• Act 236 by Sen. Reggie Dupre of Houma and others requires an automatic 15 days in jail for persons caught driving while their license is suspended because of a previous refusal to take a BAC test, for previously taking and failing a BAC test, or for being suspended for a DWI or vehicular negligent injury conviction. The automatic jail time jumps to 60 days for anyone driving under suspension for manslaughter, negligent homicide or vehicular homicide.
• Act 287 by Rep. Jonathan Perry of Kaplan and others streamlines the administrative hearing process as well as the legal process of prosecuting DWI suspects. This new law will help to strengthen DWI enforcement significantly.

TPSO Announcement

HAMMOND, LA. - The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that Sheriff Daniel Edwards has been asked by the National Sheriff’s Association to continue to serve as a member of the committees for Crime Prevention/Private Security and Domestic Violence.

This is Sheriff Edwards third consecutive year to work the National Sheriff’s Association on these committee’s. The NSA is a non-profit organization that has spent the past sixty years supporting and serving the law enforcement community along with many criminal justice professionals.

By serving on these committees, Sheriff Daniel Edwards will continue to work side by side with state and national domestic violence prevention organizations and associations. He will remain actively involved with the promotion of uniformity in laws, education and the intervention of domestic law enforcement. By accepting this appointment, Sheriff Edwards will continue to build relationships between sheriffs nation wide, the private security industry and the general business community by promoting the creation of crime prevention programs serving sheriff’s and communities.

“By working on these committees, we will develop effective strategies in dealing with common issues in our communities, as well as identify and promote proven approaches and programs which increase the safety, security of our citizens, especially those in Tangipahoa Parish” Edwards states.

TPSO Agents Arrest Six in Meth Case

HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotic Agents received information that methamphetamines were being manufactured at a residence on Old Covington Highway. Agents set up surveillance on the residence for several weeks. Yesterday, August 11, 2009, Agents received information that precursor materials were being purchased for the use of manufacturing. Agents located the suspect vehicle allegedly transporting the materials to the Old Covington Highway residence. Agents identified Joey Redmond, 12.25.79, as being a known manufacturer of meth in the area. Upon agents arrival at the home, they observed a burn pile in the yard which contained a container of camp fuel, numerous boxes of pseudoephedrine along with double A battery strips. By the time agents exited their vehicles; a subject identified as Melvin Stout, 2.23.72, exited the residence with a container and discarded the contents as he fled on foot. These contents were suspected to be ground up pseudoephedrine. The subject was quickly apprehended.

As agents were speaking with several subjects, the observed in plain view through and open window an actual constructed meth lab. It was discovered later in the investigation that suspects were planning to use the stated lab to manufacture meth. Subjects stated that this was their first time attempting to cook meth using the one pot method.

As a result of the investigation, the following subjects were attested and charged with operation, creation of a clandestine lab and manufacturing of schedule II narcotics.

Joey Duane Redmond, 12.25.79 of 21184 Old Covington Highway.
Justin Orourke, 7.6.90 of Mary Kinchen Rd. in Albany.
Melvin Stout, 2.23.72 of Lexington St in Bogalusa.
Sharon K. Britt, 11.11.78 of Buck Stewart Rd. in Poplaville, MS.
Jerry W. Redmond, 2.6.79 of Sisters. Rd. in Ponchatoula.
Robert Dominguez, 8.21.89 of Brown Rd. in Ponchatoula.

WANTED Suspect

TICKFAW, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Juvenile Detectives Division is looking for Howard Charles Skinner. Skinner is wanted for Felony Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Skinner is asked to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245 or the TPSO at 985.748.3353.

Howard Charles Skinner
31635 Drake Road
Tickfaw, LA
B/M dob 4/6/81
5’07” 180 lbs

Burglary Suspects Arrested

SHERIFF DANIEL EDWARDS OF THE TANGIPAHOA PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE REPORTS THE FOLLOWING:

ON AUGUST 10, 2009, AT APPROX. 1530 HRS DEPUTIES WERE DISPATCHED TO A RESIDENCE ON THE S.W. I-55 SERVICE RD. PONCHATOULA IN REFERENCE TO A BURGLARY IN PROGRESS. A WITTNESS CALLED AND ADVISED THAT SHE OBSERVED A B/M, LATER TO BE IDENTIFIED AS GARY WILLIAMS 7/21/62 BELIEVED TO BE FROM THE OLD BATON ROUGE HWY AREA, AND A W/F, LATER TO BE IDENTIFIED AS JOANIE RODGERS 7/14/77 OF 48410 HWY 51 TICKFAW, COMING OUT OF HER NEIGHBORS RESIDENCE CARRYING A TELEVISION AND OTHER ITEMS. THE WITTNESS STATED THAT SHE TURNED AROUND AT WHICH TIME THE SUSPECTS WERE ALLERTED AND ATTEMPTED TO FLEE. THE WITTNESS PULLED HER CAR INTO THE VICTIMS DRIVEWAY AT WHICH TIME HER VEHICLE WAS STRUCK BY THE SUSPECTS WHO CONTINUED TO FLEE NORTH ON THE SERVICE RD. APPROX. ½ MILE NORTH OF THE RESIDENCE THE SUSPECTS LOST CONTROL OF THE VEHICLE AND WENT OFF THE ROADWAY STRIKING A CULVERT BETWEEN THE SERVICE RD. AND I-55. THIS WAS WITTNESSED BY TROOP B TROOPER, TPR. C. ARNOLD, WHO STOPPED AND ASSISTED UNTIL TPSO ARRIVED ON SCENE.

UPON ARRIVAL OF THE HOMEOWNER, A LIST OF STOLEN PROPERTY WAS OBTAINED BY DY. JENKINS. THE PROPERTY LISTED WAS LOCATED IN THE SUSPECT VEHICLE AND RETURNED TO THE OWNER. THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED TO TPSO LOT AND THE SUSPECTS WERE TRANSPORTED BY ACADIAN TO NORTH OAKS FOR TREATMENT. BOTH SUSPECTS WERE CHARGED WITH BURGLARY OF AN INHABITED DWELLING. THE DRIVER, WILLIAMS, WAS ALSO CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED CRIMINAL DAMAGE.

Crime Stoppers

HAMMOND, LA – Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division is asking for assistance in gathering information regarding an armed robbery which occurred on University Ave. on July 10, 2009.

The suspect is described as being a black male approximately 5'10" tall wearing blue jean shorts, a blue T-shirt and a maroon ball cap with the sticker on the bill. The suspect entered a convenient store on University Ave. pulled out a handgun and demanded money.

Anyone having information regarding his robbery is asked to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.552.5245 or the TPSO Detective Dayle Athmann at 985.902.2088.


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