Omarion Hookfin : Manhunt in Louisiana: 2 Escapees, Homicide Suspect at Large

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Authorities in Louisiana are searching for two inmates who escaped from the Tangipahoa Parish Jail, just north of New Orleans, after catching two others who escaped at the same time — and three of the four are homicide suspects, the parish sheriff’s office said. Sheriff Daniel Edwards said in a statement that they got out through the jail’s perimeter fence during recreation time in the yard. Later inspection showed that “a section of the fence was … vulnerable and easily maneuvered in such a way that a small statured body could slide through.” The three homicide suspects were identified as Omarion Hookfin, 19, of Hammond, La.; Avery Guidry, also 19, of Natalbany, La.; and Travon Johnson, 21, also from Natalbany. The fourth escapee was Jamarcus Cyprian, 20, of Amity, La., the office said. Johnson and Guidry were found hiding in a dumpster behind a Dollar General store, authorities said on social media Monday morning. Hookfin and Cyprian are still at large. Hookfin, Guidry and Johnson were behind bars for their alleged roles in a 2022 homicide in Hammond, and Cyprian was doing time on armed robbery and weapons charges, the office said, with more time tacked on for alleged aggravated battery while he was locked up in Catahoula Parish. CBS New Orleans affiliate WWL-TV reports that the counts against Johnson, Hookfin and Guidry stemmed from a 2022 home invasion in Hammond that ended with a 33-year-old man dead and his 12-year-old daughter hospitalized.

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Escaped Inmates on the Run in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana

Authorities in Louisiana are currently on a frantic search for two inmates who managed to escape from the Tangipahoa Parish Jail, located just north of the vibrant city of New Orleans. This daring escape has left law enforcement officers on high alert, as two other escapees have already been captured, with three out of the four being homicide suspects, according to the parish sheriff’s office.

Perimeter Fence Breach

Sheriff Daniel Edwards revealed in a statement that the inmates exploited a vulnerable section of the jail’s perimeter fence during their recreation time in the yard. The inspection that followed highlighted that the fence was easily maneuvered in a way that allowed a small statured individual to slide through, paving the way for their escape.

Homicide Suspects on the Loose

The three homicide suspects who managed to break free were identified as Omarion Hookfin, aged 19, hailing from Hammond, Louisiana; Avery Guidry, also 19, from Natalbany, Louisiana; and Travon Johnson, 21, also from Natalbany. The fourth escapee, Jamarcus Cyprian, 20, comes from Amity, Louisiana.

Manhunt Underway

While Johnson and Guidry were swiftly apprehended, found hiding in a dumpster behind a Dollar General store as reported on social media by authorities, Hookfin and Cyprian are still at large, evading capture. The office shared that Hookfin, Guidry, and Johnson were incarcerated for their alleged involvement in a 2022 homicide in Hammond, while Cyprian was serving time for armed robbery and weapons charges, with additional charges for aggravated battery during his stint in Catahoula Parish.

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Details of the Crime

Reports from CBS New Orleans affiliate WWL-TV shed light on the charges against Johnson, Hookfin, and Guidry, stemming from a harrowing 2022 home invasion in Hammond that tragically resulted in the death of a 33-year-old man and the hospitalization of his 12-year-old daughter.

As the search intensifies for the remaining fugitives, the community remains on edge, hoping for a swift resolution to this unsettling turn of events in Tangipahoa Parish.

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