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Grand jury decides St. Gabriel police chief's son should not go on trial for murder

Kevin Ambeau Jr. (Source: Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office) Kevin Ambeau Jr. (Source: Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office)
ST. GABRIEL, LA (WAFB) -

A grand jury determined there was not enough evidence to formally charge a man with murder in the shooting deaths of two people.

An Iberville Parish grand jury returned a no true bill verdict for Kevin Ambeau Jr. in connection with a double murder that happened in St. Gabriel in May.

Ambeau, the son of St. Gabriel Police Chief Kevin Ambeau Sr., was arrested on a charge of illegal possession of a stolen firearm three days after the shooting.

Sheriff Brett Stassi Sr. said the arrest stemmed from the investigation into the shooting deaths of Dominique Dunbar, 26, and his brother, Rove Lodge, 30, at a home in St. Gabriel on May 10.

Stassi added the gun Ambeau is charged with having was not the one used in the shooting. He said it was found during the investigation.

Hear from the family of the two victims on WAFB’s 9News at 10 p.m.

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