Amy Dash, who has served as a legal correspondent for CBS and Fox Sports, says that the type of chokehold used on Hayes by officers is illegal, considering that California banned the use of carotid restraints and chokeholds by passing and signing it into law a year ago after the death of George Floyd.
Investigators with the New Iberia Police Department say they are asking for the public’s help in identifying three suspects accused of attempted murder in a shooting incident that happened in July of 2021.
Public Information Officer Dawn Panepinto said Javoris Scott, 23, a native of Bogalusa, was arrested and booked into the Tangipahoa Parish Jail in Amite on Thurs., Sept. 16, and released on a bond set at $175,000 today.
At around 1:15 pm, deputies responded to a disposition check at a residence in the 500 block of N. Upland St. and located a deceased female inside. The female was suffering from multiple injuries, the nature of which will be determined at autopsy.
Shortly before 9 p.m. on Sept. 7, Sheriff Pohlmann said, deputies received a call for service from two male victims who said they were robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot of a business in the 9000 block of West Judge Perez Drive.
Brandon Applewhite, 36, was arrested last week and given an additional second-degree rape charge, said Sheriff Randy Seal. He was released two days later on Thurs., Sept. 9 after posting a $75,000 bond.
Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said that both suspects are facing the charges of capital murder and attempted capital murder and noted that the maximum sentence for these charges can be “death or life without parole”.
While little is known about how and why Folse was in the Northshore area at the time of her death, Tangipahoa authorities are focused on a tattoo on her body that reads “Smile now; cry later” with two jester faces, Travis said.