UPDATE: Both Christopher Davis and Dequinton Davis were arrested on March 31, 2016
The St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in finding two suspects wanted in connection with the armed robbery of a pizza deliveryman in Reserve, LA on August 29, 2015. Based on findings during the investigation, detectives identified brothers, Christopher Davis, 20, and Dequinton Davis, 17, as suspects and obtained arrest warrants for the two brothers. Detectives believe they are currently in the Gonzales area.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Christopher Davis and Dequinton Davis is encouraged to call the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office TIPS line at 985-359-TIPS, Crimestoppers Greater New Orleans at 504-822- 1111, or Greater Baton Rouge Crime Stoppers at 225-344-STOP(7867). Citizens can also submit information on the Sheriff’s Office website at https://stjohnsheriff.org/crime-arrests/crime-tips/.”>https://stjohnsheriff.org/crime-arrests/crime-tips/.
Original Release of Aug 31,2015
On Saturday, August 29, at 9:26 pm, St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 100 block of River Pointe Drive in Reserve for the report of an armed robbery with a firearm. The 19-year-old male victim told deputies that he was making a pizza delivery when two male juveniles robbed him at gunpoint. The victim was not injured.
The victim said that he exited his truck with an order when the two perpetrators, one in a red hooded sweatshirt and the other in a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, approached him. One perpetrator pointed a handgun at the victim and told him to drop the pizzas and to empty his wallet. After the victim complied with the demands of the perpetrator, the two perpetrators fled on foot with the pizza order and cash from the victim’s wallet.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to call the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office TIPS line at 985-359-TIPS or Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111. Citizens with information about this incident that call Crimestoppers do not have to testify in court and may qualify for a cash reward. Citizens can also submit tips on the Sheriff’s Office website at https://stjohnsheriff.org/crime-arrests/crime-tips/.”>https://stjohnsheriff.org/crime-arrests/crime-tips/.