Sheriff’s Office roundup leads to arrest of 12

Captain Ronnie Martin keeps tally on suspects arrested on felony bench warrants during a roundup May 17, 2017.

Agents with the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team began Wednesday (May 17) morning rounding up several individuals from across the parish who were wanted on outstanding felony bench warrants, as well as probation and parole violations for everything from narcotics to aggravated battery to burglary, Sheriff James Pohlmann said.

Five men and three women were arrested in a roundup that began before dawn and continued throughout the day. An additional four individuals also were arrested during the course of the investigation.

Sheriff Pohlmann said members of the SWAT Team were assisted by members of the U.S. Marshal’s Service Fugitive Task Force and Louisiana Probation and Parole. The Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team is commanded by Capt. Robert Norton and Capt. Ronnie Martin is assistant commander.

Those arrested in the roundup are:

Jerrica McKnight, 30, aggravated assault, obscene talk on phones, simple criminal damage $500-$5,000, home invasion, and theft under $500;

Destiny Lokey, 24, aggravated battery and disturbing the peace;

Jeremy Johnston, 29, parole violation for burglary;

Louis Flores, 20, probation violation for burglary;

Joequell Anderson, 23, theft $750-$5,000;

Robin Davis, 42, probation violation for possession of narcotics;

David Johnson, 44, narcotics warrant;

Michael Vickers, 28, burglary;

Additional arrests were made during the investigation. Those arrested included:

Leo Spadoni, 28, possession of marijuana;

Troy Jones, 23, possession of marijuana;

Ivanna Adams, 25, outstanding warrant out of New Orleans for criminal damage;

Michelle Sinclair, 24, possession of marijuana.

Jerrica McKnight

Destiny Lokey

Jeremy Johnston

Louis Flores

Joequell Anderson

Robin Davis

David Johnson

Michael Vickers

Leo Spadoni

Troy Jones

Ivanna Adams

Michelle Sinclair

St. Bernard Sheriff’s deputies with an arrested subject apprehended during the investigation May 17, 2017.