Sean P. Greene Found Guilty of Armed Robbery with a Firearm in Lake Charles: Sentencing Set for June 14, 2024

By Calcasieu Staff
Published April 18, 2024

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Lake Charles, Louisiana – Sean P. Greene, a 19-year-old resident of Lake Charles, Louisiana has been convicted on two counts of Armed Robbery with a Firearm. The verdict was reached on April 17, 2024, following a trial that revealed disturbing details of Greene’s criminal activities.

The first robbery took place in 2022, when Greene, armed with a firearm, targeted employees at a local business. He demanded the money from the register. Just days later, Greene struck again, this time at a different establishment. In this second incident, he held an employee at gunpoint, coercing them to hand over cash from the register, and demanded new cell phones.

The sentencing for Greene has been scheduled for June 14, 2024, with Judge Robert Wyatt presiding over the case.

The prosecution of the case was handled by Assistant District Attorneys Joey Williams and Christopher Guelzow from the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office.