FBI seeking fugitive with connections to Destrehan, Laplace

Dillon Arnez Davis is considered armed and dangerous

Dillon Arnez Davis is wanted in connection with the Aug. 2 robbery of Chase Bank at 3540 Williams Blvd., Kenner.

The FBI New Orleans Violent Crime Task Force, Kenner Police Department and St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Davis.

FBI Agent Craig Betbeze said they are considering all options and following up on any and all tips.

Davis has friends and family in the Laplace and Destrehan areas and likely remains in those areas, according to FBI.

Authorities say Davis should be considered armed and dangerous.

On Saturday (Aug. 4), Davis fled on foot from an apartment at 712 Colony Drive, Laplace, after it is believed that he learned of the warrant against him, according to the FBI.

The suspect is a black male, 24, 5-foot 8-inches tall, weighing 188 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Davis has a tattoo on his chest that reads, “Only the strong survive,” “Blessed” on his left arm and “Loyalty” on the right arm, as well as “Chandra” on his back.

The Metropolitan Orleans Bank Security Association is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to Davis’ arrest and indictment.

The public can visit bank robbers.fbi.gov for further information on suspects wanted for bank robbery.

Anyone with information can contact the FBI New Orleans Division at (504) 816-3000, the Kenner Police Department, or the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office with any information on Davis’ whereabouts.


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