GONZALES — The third and final suspect wanted in the June 1 slaying of a Donaldsonville man surrendered to authorities late Wednesday evening.
Chief Deputy Tony Bacala, of the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office, said Michael “Ma-man” LeBlanc, 32, turned himself in to the Sheriff’s Office in Gonzales.
LeBlanc was one of the suspects deputies had been seeking in the fatal shooting of Adoriji Wilson, 37. Wilson was found shot to death on the porch of a home at 911 Elizabeth St., Donaldsonville, shortly before midnight on June 1.
Investigators said Wilson had been on the porch with others when a man approached and immediately began firing at Wilson, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
LeBlanc, 115 First St., Donaldsonville, was booked on counts of second-degree murder and principal to illegal use of a weapon, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
LeBlanc is in Ascension Parish Jail awaiting bail, Bacala said.
The Sheriff’s Office previously arrested two Donaldsonville men, Marishell “Kool-aid” Ealem, 28, and Charles “Stubby” Broom, 48, in the shooting.
Both are in Ascension Parish Jail awaiting bail.
Ealem was booked on counts of second-degree murder and illegal use of a weapon. Broom was booked on counts of obstruction of justice and accessory after the fact to second-degree murder, according to the Sheriff’s Office.