St. Mary Parish’s Most Wanted -- Man who fled from court is on list
St. Mary Parish’s December most wanted edition includes a 20-year-old man wanted by Morgan City police for escaping from the city courthouse Dec. 6 in the middle of his trial for a probation violation charge, a 36-year-old man wanted by Franklin police for simple battery on the infirm, and a 26-year-old woman wanted by the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s office for writing NSF checks, some dating back to 2007.
—Brennan N. Skinner, 20, whose last known address is Grace Street in Morgan City (Siracussa Subdivision), is wanted by Morgan City police on a warrant for simple escape. He is 5-foot 7-inch tall and 145 pounds.
He has three distinctive tattoos on his face, one on each cheek and one on his forehead.
Skinner was in city court on Dec. 6 and on trial for a probation violation. The probation stemmed from a domestic violence battery conviction. Skinner was found to have violated probation and was sentenced to serve six months and 10 days, day for day, in city jail.
The suspect was ordered into custody and told to have a seat in the front row which he did. After a few minutes passed, Skinner jumped up and fled the courtroom before the marshal’s personnel could restrain him. Skinner fled the area on foot, according to Morgan City police.
Anyone with information about Skinner’s whereabouts can call Morgan City police at 985-380-4605. Callers can remain anonymous, said Capt. Mike Marino of Morgan City police.
“If they (public) see an individual that’s wanted, pick up the phone. Call the nearest law enforcement agency,” Marino said. “Even if it’s an MCPD warrant or wanted person, if they see them in Franklin, they can call Franklin PD. We have that communication system in place. They’ll verify it with us, and officers will be dispatched.”
Bryan Maize, who was featured in previous most wanted stories, was arrested on Dec. 9. “It’s (the most wanted series) been very successful,” Marino said.
St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office
—Pansy Irene Ardeneaux, 39, of Ricohoc, is wanted by the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office on a warrant for forgery and unauthorized use of an access card.
On Aug. 23, the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office received a complaint of a forgery. During the investigation, the deputy learned that Ardeneaux cashed the victim’s paycheck by forging his signature.
Ardeneaux is also wanted on a warrant for failure to appear for drug court.
Investigators believe she may be living in the Lafayette area and Lafayette authorities have been notified. Ardeneaux is a white female, 5-foot 1-inch tall and about 220 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
“We’ve made several attempts to locate Ms. Ardeneaux to no avail,” St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert said. “The fact that everybody has an interest in her in trying to bring her to justice is why we chose to use this particular incident in the Most Wanted to see if we can get some people in the community to give us a little hand in locating her.”
—Belinda Ann Arceneaux, 26, of the 700 block of Highway 668 in Jeanerette, is wanted on six warrants for issuing worthless checks. The warrants date back to August and September of 2007, when Arceneaux wrote the bad checks to gas stations.
“This is an individual we’re looking for that apparently has a habit of writing NSF checks in the parish, some way back since 2007,” Hebert said.
The checks total just more than $245, Hebert said. Arceneaux is also wanted on warrants for failure to appear on the charges of failure to use a seatbelt and speeding. Arceneaux is a black female, 5-foot 4-inch tall and about 135 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
“Once we exhaust so many efforts in trying to apprehend them, we feel like this program, the Most Wanted, really has the attention of the community, and we find it very beneficial and useful to apprehend some of these individuals that are trying to be elusive,” Hebert said.
Additionally, two suspects wanted by the sheriff’s office, Andre Jones and Larry Dean Robertson have not been arrested, Hebert said.
Anyone with any information on these suspects’ whereabouts is asked to call the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office at 985-384-1622 or 337-828-1960. Callers can remain anonymous.
After the Nov. 30 Most Wanted story ran, Briannell Sharad Wilson turned himself in Dec. 2, Hebert said.
The Daily Review reported in the Nov. 30 Most Wanted story that Cord Green, who was also featured in previous Most Wanted stories, was still wanted. However, The Review had already reported him being held in the Louisiana state prison system in October where is he is still being held.
—Tyrone Freeman, 44, of Highway 87 in Franklin, is wanted for illegal possession of stolen things.
Anyone knowing where Freeman can be located can call the Franklin Police Department at 337-828-1716. Callers can remain anonymous.
—Rondon Caesar, 36, of North Branch Street in Baldwin, is wanted on outstanding warrants for simple battery on the infirm, aggravated assault, driving under suspension, disturbing the peace and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
If anyone has any information on Caesar, they can call the Franklin Police Department at 337-828-1716. Callers can remain anonymous.
Brian James and Brandon Brown, who were featured in previous months Most Wanted stories, have not been arrested, according to Franklin Police.
Previously Most Wanted suspect Terrell J. Jackson was arrested Dec. 5.
Berwick police reported no new suspects to add to the most wanted list, according to Chief James Richard. Previously featured suspects David Fanguy and Shaneal Juwayn Williams, have not been arrested, according to Berwick police. Anyone with information about these suspects is asked to call the Berwick police at 985-384-7710.
—Orlando Colar, 27, whose last known address is Tiffany Street in Patterson, is wanted by Baldwin police for theft and criminal trespassing.
Reshimah Antoine, who was featured in previous Most Wanted stories, has not been arrested, according to Baldwin police.