Donaldsonville man arrested in home invasion, shooting
DONALDSONVILLE- Ascension Parish Sheriff's deputies arrested a Donaldsonville man Friday wanted in connection to a home invasion earlier this week.
According to APSO, 22-year-old Morris Miles was arrested Friday after deputies received a tip that Miles was at a residence in Donaldsonville shortly before 11 a.m.
Miles was charged with home invasion and second-degree kidnapping. He was booked into the Ascension Parish Jail where no bond has been set yet.
The homeowner told deputies Miles and the other suspects broke into the home, shot an occupant and then forced the homeowner to drive them away from the scene. According to the homeowner, Miles and the other suspects were armed with handguns and an assault rifle.
Deputies said the suspects were dropped off near an intersection of Highway 73 and Highway 30 in Geismar. The homeowner was not harmed, according to investigators.
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