Deputies still looking for shooter in armed robbery
LAPLACE - According to the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office, one man involved in an armed robbery and murder surrendered Wednesday night, but the accused gunman is still on the run.
22-year-old Dracier Dewey (left) was arrested and charged with armed robbery, principal to first degree murder and principal to attempted first degree murder for the incident that happened Tuesday afternoon.
The guy deputies believe is the shooter, 22-year-old Charles McQuarter III (right), is still on the run. They say he was caught on surveillance video fleeing the scene after he shot and killed 63-year-old Steven Finckbeiner at the LaPlace feed and Supply Store on Sleepy Redwood St.
The victim's wife, Constance Finckbeiner was also shot and is still hospitalized.
McQuarter is wanted for armed robbery, first degree murder and attempted first degree murder. He is considered armed and extremely dangerous.
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