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Arrests made in St. Tammany home invasion case

Chris Allo, 34 Chris Allo, 34
Beau Ledoux, 20 Beau Ledoux, 20

Covington, La. - St. Tammany Sheriff's detectives have arrested two local men and are searching for a third man in connection with a home invasion in the River Oaks subdivision in early May.

Beau Ledoux, 20, was arrested Sunday and booked with one count of home invasion and one count of theft of a motor vehicle. He is currently being held in the St. Tammany Parish Jail on a $250,000 bond.

Chris Allo, 34, was also arrested Sunday and booked with one count of criminal conspiracy. His bond has also been set at $250,000.

Investigators are attempting to locate 27 year-old Jonathan "Coffee" Hudson. He is a white male, 6'2", 220 pounds. He has an extensive history involving burglary and theft. He is believed to be armed and dangerous.

Detectives developed information over the weekend identifying Ledoux as one of the suspects who entered a Covington area home May 4 and held four adults and one juvenile for more than two hours, demanding money they believed to be in the home. 

Ledoux was taken into custody by deputies without incident at his home in Sun Saturday afternoon.  During questioning by detectives, Ledoux admitted his role in the incident.

Investigators have determined that Allo arranged and planned the crime, while Ledoux and Hudson were in the home during the incident.  Additional charges are expected to be brought on Ledoux and Allo, and Hudson upon his capture.

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