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Theodore Pierce, 37, was gunned down on 4th Street. Quentin McClure, 23, and Chastity Griffin, 22, were arrested in that killing.
According to investigators, the man who pointed the finger at them was gunned down himself in August.
“The homicide occurred right before motions were heard in the other case,” said Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand at a press conference announcing the arrest Tuesday.
On Aug. 17, Charles Smith was killed outside his Bridge City home. It stands right next to where Pierce was shot to death in January.
Deputies arrested 18-year-old Jeffery N
DWI Drivers License Law Art. 894 Louisiana
§667. Seizure of license; circumstances; temporary license
A. When a law enforcement officer places a person under arrest for a violation of R.S. 14:98, R.S. 14:98.1, or a violation of a parish or municipal ordinance that prohibits operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and the person either refuses to submit to an approved chemical test for intoxication, or submits to such test and such test results show a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or above by weight or, if the person is under the age of twenty-one years, a blood alcohol level of 0.02 percent or above by weight, the following procedures shall apply:
(1) The officer shall seize the driver’s license of the person under arrest and shall issue in its place a temporary receipt of license on a form approved by the Department of Public Safety and Corrections. Such temporary receipt shall authorize the person to whom it has been issued to operate a motor vehicle upon the public highways of this state for a period not to exceed thirty days from the date of arrest or as otherwise provided herein.
(2) The temporary receipt shall also provide and serve as notice to the person that he has not more than fifteen days from the date of arrest to make written request to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections for an administrative hearing in accordance with the provisions of R.S. 32:668.