BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - The Louisiana Attorney General announced the arrest of six men in the Hammond area on Thursday.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says that the men were arrested by his Fugitive Apprehension Unit for crimes including abuse battery, aggravated assault, and failure to appear.
Datrayvus Brown, 20, was arrested for failure to appear for armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, and obstruction of justice.
Kenneth Chaney, 45, was arrested for two theft by fraud charges, failure to return leased movables, and for issuing bad checks.
Donald Devall, 47, was arrested for failure to appear for armed robbery, simple battery, and domestic abuse battery.
Montrell Robertson, 21, was arrested for domestic abuse battery.
Earnest James, 46, was arrested for failure to appear for accessory after the fact of second degree murder.
Deunte Robinson, 22, was arrested for second degree battery, aggravated assault, and various traffic and municipal charges.
This is a great example of law enforcement agencies coming together to get dangerous criminals off our streets," Attorney General Caldwell said. Caldwell's Fugitive Apprehension Unit has arrested more than 1,200 suspects since its creation in 2008.