6 indicted in connection with murder case

Published 11:07 am Friday, October 7, 2022

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District Attorney Warren Montgomery reported that on Tuesday a Washington Parish grand jury indicted six Bogalusa residents in connection with a murder case.

Teretha Carter-Johnson, 43; Christopher L. Ramsey, 30; Freddie McGowan, 46; Michael L. James, 18; and Errica Nicole Shreve Ramsey, 49, were indicted on one count each of first-degree murder committed against Travis Edward Davis in a homicide that occurred on June 15. Carter-Johnson, Christopher Ramsey, McGowan, James and Errica Ramsey were also indicted on conspiracy to commit armed robbery. Errica Ramsey and McGowan were indicted on possession of firearm or carrying concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain felonies.

Anna Peters, 55, was indicted on obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence, failure to seek assistance resulting in death, and accessory after the fact.

Montgomery said that his office wished to thank the Bogalusa Police Department for its investigation of the case. Assistant District Attorney Luke Lancaster presented the case to the grand jury.