Jun 23, 2011 9:20 AM by Lauren Wilson & AP
PRAIRIEVILLE, La. (AP) - Ascension Parish sheriff's deputies have arrested a third suspect in the shooting death of a Baton Rouge man whose body was found Saturday outside a shuttered Prairieville lounge.
Lt. Col. Paul Robert tells The Advocate that 33-year-old Eujohn Moses of Gramercy was booked on a second-degree murder count Tuesday night.
Twenty-year-old Montrell Antoinie Lemon of Baton Rouge; and 30-year-old Jerelyn Lemon Stovall of Houma were arrested and booked Monday on counts of second-degree murder of 27-year-old Joshua Banks.
Robert says all three suspects remain in jail.
Two fishermen found the body of Banks on Saturday in the parking lot of the Alligator Bayou Bar, which has been closed for several months.
Robert said investigators are still investigating the motive.
It couldn't be determined if the suspects have attorneys.