St Tammany Deputies Searching For 3rd Suspect In Home Invasion

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A home invasion in the Covington area led off Monday’s Wheel of Justice report.

St Tammany deputies have two suspects behind bars in the case; they’re looking for a third.

According to deputies, 20-year-old Beaux Ledoux was one of two people responsible for carrying out the home invasion in the River Oaks subdivision.  34-year-old Chris Allo is accused of being the mastermind of the attack.  Detectives say Allo did not participate in the actual home invasion.  Both men are behind bars.

A third suspect identified as 27-year-old Jonathan Hudson remained on the loose as of Monday night.  Deputies say he is the second suspect who actually participated in the home invasion.

Deputies say Hudson is white, 6’2″, 220 lbs., and goes by the nickname “Coffee”.

Monday’s Wheel of Justice report also included a robbery at the French Market Ice Company in the Faubourg Marigny.  It happened a little after 9:00 on Saturday, June 1.  According to the NOPD, a man used a gun to rob the cashier at the store in the 2200 block of Decatur Street.  Police released a sketch of the robber and a video that shows a light-colored four-door car with a big dent in the front, passenger door.  Police are calling the car a “vehicle of interest.”

Also on Monday’s “Wheel” report, the NOPD released a photo of a woman who is accused of shoplifting at a store in the 4800 block of General Meyer.  Police say the woman was wearing a leopard print shower cap and was seen leaving the area in a black, four-door car.

Finally, Monday’s Wheel of Justice report included the sketch of a robber who pulled a gun on a man in the 3000 block of Florida Avenue.  The attack happened at about 10:00 on May 28.  Police say a second man was also involved in the robbery, but the department released only one sketch.

If you have information that could help solve any of the crimes in this Wheel of Justice report, call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.

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