Man who escaped authorities back in custody - KLFY News 10

Man who escaped authorities back in custody

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The man who fled from St. Martin Parish Sheriff deputies on Monday while being processed on a warrant for Failure To Appear For Drug Court has been apprehended.

Police say Javien Demouchet was found in the 100 block of Church Street in St. Martinville. Authorities say an anonymous caller contacted the St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office regarding a possible sighting of Demouchet.

Demouchet was taken into custody without incident by St. Martinville police and was booked into the St. Martin Parish Correctional Center.

Demouchet faces additional charges in connection with this incident and is currently being held on a $500,000 bond.

 

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