Posted: Aug 7, 2011 9:22 AM by Romni DiJohn
Updated: Aug 7, 2011 9:22 AM
LIVINGSTON PARISH - Two suspects involved in the shooting at a local car wash have been identified and arrested.
Detectives arrested Jean Paul Creppel, 34, and Danielle Palermo, 26, Sunday morning for the car wash shooting that happened Saturday night.
Detectives say they found the suspects at their home at 12824 Pecos Ave. in Central.
The Pontiac and Chevy pickup from the car wash shooting were also found in the driveway of their home.
Detectives have also confirmed that the body found under a bridge on Black Mud Road in Livingston Parish is the man who was shot at the car wash.
The victim is identified as 30-year-old Jonathan Ellis from Greenwell Springs.
Both suspects are charged with first degree murder, illegal use of a weapon and armed robbery.
The shooting happened Saturday around 7 p.m. at a car wash at 2389 North Sherwood Forest Blvd.
Police say two suspects, one white male and one white female, arrived at the car wash driving a brown four-door Pontiac and parked in a wash bay.
At the same time, the victim, a white male, arrived in a white Chevy pickup and parked in the wash bay next to the suspects' car.
Not long after they arrived, the male suspect shot the victim.
Police believe the male suspect put the victim's body into the Pontiac and drove away.
The female suspect left the area driving the victim's pickup.
Police have no motive for the shooting.