Five people arrested after attack on pregnant woman in Thibodaux
Contributor: FOX8Live.com Staff
Carl Jones and Dashawna Deville (TPD photos)
FOX 8 received this news release from the Thibodaux Police Dept. Monday morning:
Thibodaux Chief of Police Scott Silverii announced the arrest of four females and one male after a fight led to a Police vehicle pursuit, where 308 grams of marijuana was recovered.
Carl Jones (B/M, 27, 9xx Caroline Avenue in Thibodaux) was arrested for Disturbing The Peace, Resisting An Officer, Aggravated Flight From An Officer, Possession With Intent To Distribute Marijuana, and a Warrant for Violation of Parole. He is being held at the Lafourche Parish Detention Center in lieu of $40,100 in bonds.
Dashawna Deville (B/F, 24, 2xx Bon Jovi Blvd. in Gray), Natasha Anderson (B/F, 30, 14xx Orange Grove Square in Thibodaux), and Laquita Duncan (B/F, 22, 12xx Lasseigne Road in Thibodaux) were each arrested for one count of Simple Battery, and Shanice Jones (B/F, 24, 1300 Ridgefield Road in Thibodaux) was arrested for Disturbing the Peace.
Wednesday afternoon, June 26th, around 12:39 p.m. Anderson and Duncan attacked the victim, who is several weeks pregnant, in the 1000 Block of People Street. When Police arrived, a Pontiac Grand AM fled the scene, and led Police on a chase that ended in the 1200 Block of Louise Street, but not before ramming a police cruiser.
The driver, Carl Jones, was apprehended by Officers after he fled on foot, while the passenger, Dashawna Deville, who is accused of hitting Anderson, quickly surrendered to Police. Officers found a large amount of marijuana inside of the vehicle, which Jones told Police belonged to him. The victim was taken to the Thibodaux Regional Medical Center complaining of abdominal pains. None of the Officers were injured in the pursuit.
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