A Jefferson Parish grand jury handed up a six-count indictment Thursday against two men for the Oct. 26 killing of Brandon “Bo” Davis and Derielle Bernard in Marrerro.
Sean Labaud, 17, was charged two counts of first-degree murder, and Terreke Johnson, 19, was charged with two counts of second-degree murder, according to the indictment filed in 24th Judicial District Court in Gretna.
In outlining the first-degree murder charge against Labaud, the indictment notes the aggravating factors of firing a gun while engaging in an armed robbery and/or drug deal with the intent to kill or cause great bodily harm.
Labaud, of the 400 block of Robinson Avenue in Marrero, is also charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly disposing of the murder weapon and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Police searched Labaud’s apartment on Oct. 30 and found 17 grams of marijuana in 13 bags, according to court documents.
Police said at the time of the two men’s arrest that Labaud admitted to shooting both victims during a drug-related robbery and Johnson confessed to being a look-out.
Davis, 23, and Bernard, 27, were both from New Orleans.
The case has been alloted to the court of Judge Raymond Steib.