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HAMMOND, La (WGNO) — Three people have been identified as the suspect in the investigation of 22-year-old a Hammond man who disappeared in July. According to the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office, the arrests come after the man’s remains were discovered

According to the sheriff’s office Facebook page, on July 17, Tywonne “Day-Day” Neal of Hammond, was reported missing on July 17. Through investigation and interviews, detectives found the location in which Neal was discovered more than two weeks later he went missing.

With the help of Louisiana Search & Rescue, on August 2 Neal’s remains were found inside of a shallow grave in Husser, Louisiana on Singing Waterfalls Road. The next day, detectives arrested 20-year-old Zoei Casnave of Folsom and 24-year-old Dominick Brumfield of Hammond.

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US Marshals and the Customs and Border Patrol arrested 22-year-old Milton Clark III of Covington, while in the Gulf of Mexico working on a tugboat. He was booked into a Texas corrections facility, waiting to be transported back to Louisiana. All three face charges of first-degree murder, armed robbery with a gun, and obstruction of justice.