NATCHITOCHES MAN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH HOME INVASION, TIES TO LAFAYETTE HOMICIDE

Duson Police arrested Jonathan Perry, 35-years-old of Natchitoches, after he entered a home in the 400 block of Toby Mouton Road in Duson uninvited while armed with a handgun. Once inside Perry was said to have brandished the Derringer style handgun at two female residents while demanding to know the whereabouts of a sister to one of the victims. Apparently, Perry was attempting to avenge the death of a friend who had been murdered in Lafayette.

Perry, who has a prior felony conviction and is on parole, was found blocks away from the crime and taken into custody without incident. The gun was recovered in a vehicle Perry was driving.

Perry has been booked into the Lafayette Parish Jail on a charge of Home Invasion, 2 counts of aggravated assault with a firearm and illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Bond has been set at $100,000.00 on the aforementioned charges and additional unrelated charges are pending a bond as well.


3 thoughts on “NATCHITOCHES MAN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH HOME INVASION, TIES TO LAFAYETTE HOMICIDE

  1. Dude is this all that you have to do is be on natchitoches journal and make comments on everything.

    • Good idea. “Please, Mr. Intruder, give me a moment to retrieve my weapon would you?” Or do you mean carry guns at all times in your own home? Maybe stir your coffee with it, scratch your back, use it as a hammer…the possibilities are endless.

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