Jennings Man Wanted By Acadia Crime Stoppers
The Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office has a case of a man being wanted for shooting into a car on I-10 back on February 18th. One person was hit with a bullet.
The case is being featured by the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers this week hoping that someone will give them some information on the whereabouts of 19-year-old Damarien Lance Simon, their suspect in the case.
According to the press release from the crime stoppers program, Simon, who is from Jennings is wanted for four counts of Attempted Second-Degree Murder.
Detectives alleged that it was Simon who fired shots at a vehicle next to the vehicle he was riding in on I-10 last month. This all happened around mile marker 72.
Simon is last known to have lived at 40343 Wilbert D Rochelle Avenue in Jennings. They describe him as being a black male who stands around five feet, eleven inches tall. Detectives say the 19-year-old has brown eyes with black hair. They believe he weighs around 165 pounds.
If you can give information to the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers program that leads to the capture and arrest of Damarien Simon, you could get up to $2,500.
You do not have to tell anyone who you are when you call the crime stoppers phone line at 337-789-TIPS(8477). All callers remain anonymous. Another way to anonymously report information about the case is to download and use the P3 app on your phone.
Officials at Acadia Crime Stoppers are asking anyone who knows anything to, "Be the difference."