The Daily Review’s “Most Wanted” began in September with all parish law enforcement departments invited to submit names and photographs.
—Brian James, 33, is wanted by the Franklin Police Department for domestic abuse battery, three counts of flight from an officer, four counts of criminal trespass, resisting an officer by giving false information, two counts of child desertion, driving with a suspended driver’s license, speeding, and two counts of child restraint required.
His last known address is in the 200 block of Bud Street in Franklin, and he is known to have the name “Alice” tattooed on his left forearm.
Chief Sabria McGuire said callers can remain anonymous.
—Brandon Brown, 30, is wanted by Franklin police for illegal possession of stolen things for an incident that occurred in September 2011.
His last known address was on Easy Street in Franklin.
McGuire asks that anyone with information on the whereabouts of James and Brown call her department at 337-828-1716.
St. Mary Parish
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert submitted two suspects for this month’s “Most Wanted” feature.
—Larry Dean Robertson Jr. is wanted for armed robbery from an incident in May and also for failure to appear for simple robbery from an incident one year ago.
According to Hebert, on Oct. 29, 2011, Robertson struck a man at a store and took his cash, and in another incident on May 29, Robertson robbed a victim of cash at gunpoint. Charges were filed the next day.
Robertson is a black male, 6 feet, 1inch tall, weighing 190 pounds. His last known address was in the 100 block of Edward Lane in Jeanerette.
“Robertson has numerous tattoos: a cross on his neck, stars on his right hand, 4-c on his chest and Gone Hard on his right forearm,” Hebert said.
“Deputies have attempted to locate Robertson at his last known address and hangouts, and other departments have been contacted along with family members.”
—Andre Jones, 44, is wanted by the sheriff’s department for failure to appear for criminal neglect of family. He is a black male, 5 feet, 10 inches tall, weighing 195 pounds. He is wanted for not paying child support.
His last known address was in the 2100 block of Main Street in Patterson, and charges were filed earlier this month.
“Deputies have attempted to locate Jones at his last known address,” Hebert said. “Deputies have also spoken to other departments and have attempted to locate family members.”
Anyone with information on Jones and Robertson can call the sheriff’s office in Franklin at 337-828-1960 or the Morgan City office at 985-384-1622, and callers can remain anonymous.
—Bryan Maize, 33, is wanted by the Morgan City Police Department for simple burglary, according to Assistant Chief Glenn Blanco.
The incident occurred Sept. 18, and a warrant was filed Oct. 4.
His last known address was in the 700 block of Sixth Street in Morgan City.
“Officers have made contact with Maize and his family by phone and were advised that he would turn himself in, but he has not turned himself in on the warrant,” Blanco said.
—David P. Fanguy, 52, of Dulac is being sought by the Berwick Police Department for domestic abuse battery fourth offense, according to Chief James Richard.
The charges stem from a Jan. 17 complaint received by the Berwick police where the victim alleged that Fanguy assaulted her in their home, Richard said.
“Several attempts were made to locate Mr. Fanguy at his former residence with the assistance of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, but he could not be located.”
Richard asks anyone with information on Fanguy to call the Berwick Police Department at 985-384-7710. Fanguy’s picture is provided by the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Four of the most wanted suspects featured in last month’s list are now awaiting trial for their crimes. Two suspects turned themselves in and two were found in jail or awaiting trial for other crimes.
Clauderious Darby Darius, who was wanted by Morgan City police, was found in the St. Mary Parish jail after being arrested by a separate agency.
Cord Green was serving time in the Louisiana State prison system outside St. Mary Parish.
Due to how computer systems are set up to exchange information, the two jailed individuals failed to show up under routine police computer searches according to police sources.
One local chief of police knew the whereabouts of both jailed individuals and relayed that information to the police agency with current charges still pending. Local police chiefs vowed to explore ways to improve communications with the state and each other’s departments to locate fugitives.
Also in jail now are Patrick Harris and Gregory Harris, both named as “Most Wanted” by Hebert last month.