4 sought after violent Des Allemands robbery
Police say they beat victim, stole money
Authorities say the man was sitting in his vehicle in Des Allemands at 5:45 p.m. when he was robbed by four men. He told officers that the robbers punched and kicked him before taking his wallet, iPhone and car keys.
“The man was just sitting in his car in front of a residence when he was attacked,” Capt. Pat Yoes, a spokesman for the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office said. “After he was robbed he was able to go to a nearby relative’s house where he notified the Sheriff’s Office.”
The victim was transported to St. Charles Parish Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries. Yoes said he knew his attackers and was able to identify all four men.
The four suspects are:
B/M, DOB: 10-18-89
190 JB Green Road, Des Allemands
•Michael M. Simmons
B/M, DOB: 6-26-88
121 Lakewood Drive, Apt. 13, Luling
•Javin Williams V
B/M, DOB: 9-26-89
1017 Luling Estates, Luling
•Roger Phillip Hamilton
B/M, DOB: 1-19-90
16620 Hwy. 90, Des Allemands.
Warrants were issued on Tuesday for all four men charging them with simple robbery, relative to simple burglary and relative to criminal damage to property under $500.
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of these men to contact Det. Jody Fahrig at (985)783-1355 during normal business hours or (985)783-6807 (24-hour line).
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