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Additional arrest made in recent armed robberies in Broussard, New Iberia

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Posted at 5:09 PM, Sep 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-17 18:14:40-04

A second arrest has been made in connection with recent armed robberies in Broussard and New Iberia, deputies said Thursday.

One suspect was arrested by St. Martin Parish deputies after a short vehicle and foot pursuit in Parks on August 29. Isaiah Alexcee, 20, of St. Martinville, was wanted in connection with the robbery of a Broussard convenience store in the early morning of August 28. He was also wanted on several oustanding active arrest warrants and for Failure to Appear on charges unrelated to the robbery. He was booked into the St. Martin Parish Correctional Center and is also currently under an active hold by the SMPSO for the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office in connection with the armed robbery of a convenience store on East Main Street in New Iberia.

Alexcee is facing the following charges in Iberia Parish: Armed Robbery (2 counts) - Felony; Attempted First Degree Murder - Felony. He is facing the following charges in St. Martin Parish: Armed Robbery-Felony; Aggravated Flight from an Officer; Criminal Damage to Property; Battery of a Police Officer
Alexcee was also booked on the following active arrest warrants in St. Martin Parish: Assault by Drive by Shooting; Criminal Damage to Property; Obstruction of Justice; Firearm-Free Zone; Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling; 2 Warrants - Failure to Appear

Through an ongoing investigation, deputies were able to identify 31-year-old Wildez Johnlouis of Jeanerette as an additional suspect in the robberies. Johnlouis was apprehended on September 17 by the U.S. Marshal Task Force and booked into the Iberia Parish Jail.

Johnlouis is facing the following charges in Iberia Parish: Armed Robbery (2 counts) - Felony; Attempted First Degree Murder - Felony

The investigation was conducted by the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office Bureau of Investigations, St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office, and the U.S. Marshal Task Force.

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