Update: Three arrested in Gramercy homicide investigation
GRAMERCY — Three of the four individuals charged with the murder of 28-year-old Terrence Johnson of Gramercy were taken into custody Friday morning in Ascension Parish.
Through investigation, authorities with the St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office and Gramercy Police Department developed Terrance E. Davis Jr., 24, of Gonzales; Terraz Kwandell Rayshawn White, 20, of Gonzales, and Nathaniel Leblanc, Jr., 21, of Convent as suspects.
Arrests were made Friday morning with assistance from the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. Davis, White, and Leblanc will be booked as fugitives in Ascension Parish and transferred to St. James Sheriff’s Office. Bonds will be set early next week.
The fourth individual wanted for the homicide is a 17-year-old juvenile who is still at large, according to the St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office, and the search is ongoing.
Johnson was killed in the early morning hours of June 21. He was shot “multiple times” while he was walking on West Railroad Avenue in Gramercy, according to police.
Authorities were alerted at approximately 2:56 a.m., after a local reported a bullet had entered their residence through a window amid the sound of gunfire.
Upon arriving at the scene, deputies discovered Terrence Johnson lying on West Railroad Avenue. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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