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Crime Stoppers Most Wanted: Batiste, Bonaventure and Wright

Anthony Batiste Anthony Batiste
Donald Bonaventure Donald Bonaventure
Julie Wright Julie Wright

The Crime Stoppers most wanted suspects this week are parents accused of neglecting their children.

Authorities say Anthony Batiste, Donald Bonaventure and Julie Wright are all "deadbeat parents" who owe more than $100,000 in child support payments combined.

Batiste was arrested on Sept. 24 by Livingston Parish deputies.

He was wanted for non-support in the amount of $44,622. 

Crime Stoppers received information he was staying at a home on Springfield Road in Walker. 

The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office showed up to the location and arrested Batiste on the warrant.

If you have any information that could help authorities find these three, call Crime Stoppers at 344-7867.

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