Street Crimes Detectives in Louisiana Arrest Multiple Suspects After Call Regarding People with Guns in a Courtyard
Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Louisiana street crime detectives have arrested multiple suspects following a call about people possessing guns in a courtyard.
On June 4, 2023, the Baton Rouge Police Department reported that on June 2, 2023, Street Crimes Detectives answered a call about people with guns in the courtyard at an address in the 1100 Block of Rodin Drive. Upon arrival, the officers reportedly noticed several males, three of whom had ski masks on, as well as one female. Four of the suspects were juveniles, and the three adults were identified as Cortez Hill, Cherrish Raby, and Antoine Parker Jr. All of them were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
During the investigation, the police uncovered a Glock 22 .40 caliber, a Luger CZ P09 9mm (stolen), an AM-15 Multi Cal (stolen), a Glock 19x 9mm (stolen), five baggies of suspected marijuana, a marijuana blunt, two digital scales, three boxes of sandwich baggies, three magazines, a few loose rounds of ammunition, a broken switch used to convert a pistol to a fully automatic weapon, crack cocaine, D/U Alprazolam, and $435.00 in US currency.
An arrest is an indication that probable cause exists to believe the subject was involved in the offense alleged. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.