Last of 3 wanted murder suspects turns himself in
DONALDSONVILLE - The last of three suspects wanted in connection with the homicide of Adoriji Wilson turned himself into Ascension Parish Sheriff's detectives late Wednesday evening, according to Chief Deputy Tony Bacala.
Michael "Ma-man" LeBlanc, 32, of Donaldsonville was considered armed and dangerous due to his extensive criminal history including other murder charges, according to APSO.
Sheriff's deputies arrested Marishell "Kool-aid" Ealem, 28, and Charles "Stubby" Broom, 48, in connection with the murder on June 11.
The trio is accused of the shooting of 37-year-old Adoriji Wilson who was found shot to death on a porch on June 2 and all three will face second-degree murder charges.
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