Five wanted as part of 'Operation No Show' - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Five wanted as part of 'Operation No Show'

Timothy Lee  Source: APSO Timothy Lee Source: APSO
Devon Dixon    Source: APSO Devon Dixon Source: APSO
Sammy Salman    (Source: APSO) Sammy Salman (Source: APSO)
Brittany Jackson (Source: WAFB) Brittany Jackson (Source: WAFB)
Leonard Siders (Source: APSO) Leonard Siders (Source: APSO)
ASCENSION PARISH, LA (WAFB) - Five people are wanted on felony bench warrants as part of Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office “Operation No Show.”

The initiative targets residents who are failing to appear in court after being arrested on felony and misdemeanor criminal charges.

Officials are looking for Devon Dixon, 23,  Gonzales, wanted on a felony bench warrant for aggravated flight from officer, theft of goods, and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.

Brittany Jackson, 23, Gonzales, wanted on a felony bench warrant for aggravated battery.

Timothy Lee, 47,  Prairieville, wanted on a felony bench warrant for firearm possession by felon.

Leonard Siders, 48, St. Amant, wanted on a felony bench warrant for theft of $500 and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sammy Salman, 24, St. Amant, wanted on a felony bench warrant for aggravated second degree battery and illegal use of a weapon.

If you have any information, you are asked to call  the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office at 225-621-4636 or Crime Stoppers at 225-344-7867.       

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