The St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office, along with the assistance of the Gramercy Police Department and the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office, have made arrests for the homicide of Terrence Johnson that occurred on June 21st, 2019. Terrence Johnson was shot multiple times while he was walking on West Railroad Avenue in Gramercy, LA. The sheriff’s office received a 911 call at approximately 2:56 am. The caller reported hearing gunshots nearby and a bullet had entered their residence through a window. Upon arriving at the scene, deputies discovered Terrence Johnson lying on West Railroad Avenue. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Detectives from the St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office, working in cooperation with the Gramercy Police Department, were able to obtain four arrest warrants and three search warrants. Two of the search warrants were for residences located in Ascension Parish and one search warrant was for a residence located in Convent, LA. In a coordinated effort with the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office, all three search warrants were executed simultaneously in the early morning hours on June 28, 2019. Three of the four individuals charged with the murder of Terrence Johnson were taken into custody in Ascension Parish as a result of the search warrants. The individuals are: Terrance E. Davis, Jr. (B/M, DOB 3/02/1995, Gonzales, LA); Terraz Kwandell Rayshawn White (B/M, DOB 03/20/1999, Gonzales, LA); and Nathaniel Leblanc, Jr. (B/M, DOB 11/15/1997, Convent, LA). The fourth individual wanted for the homicide is a 17-year-old juvenile who is still at large. Davis, White, and Leblanc will be booked as fugitives in Ascension Parish and transferred to St. James Sheriff’s Office. Upon returning to St. James, they will be booked and charged for the murder of Terrence Johnson. The sheriff’s office is actively searching for the 17-year-old juvenile.
Released by: Sheriff Willy Martin, Jr.