Jerman Neveaux (2016)
On June 22, 2016, Jefferson Parish Louisiana Sheriff's Office Detective David Michel Jr. saw a mysterious man who was following another man. When Michel tried to stop the suspect, a struggle followed and the suspect pulled a gun and shot the deputy three times, resulting in Michel's death. Jerman Neveaux was arrested later that day for the shooting of Michel.
On June 23, 2016, Neveaux was charged with first degree murder, aggravated assault, resisting arrest by force or violence, and battery on a peace officer.
On June 24, 2016, Neveaux was released from the hospital with lacerations and a broken bone.
On October 16, 2016, Neveaux was indicted for first-degree murder, aggravated assault with a firearm, two counts of resisting arrest by force or violence, and one count of possession of a stolen firearm. The District Attorney said that they would seek the death penalty.
On June 22, 2017, Neveaux filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against more than two dozen officers, alleging excessive force during his arrest that resulted in several injuries and partial blindness in one eye.
On December 20, 2019, the Supreme Court of Louisiana found that the trial court should have disallowed Neveaux's confession.
- Casey Ferrand, Suspect in shooting death of Jefferson Parish deputy was on probation, WDSU, 2016-06-23
- Jerman Neveaux arrest caught on video, FOX8, 2016-06-22
- The death of JPSO Deputy David Michel Jr.: What we know so far, FOX8, 2016-06-26
- Accused deputy killer Jerman Neveaux denied bond, FOX8, 2016-06-23
- Jerman Neveaux indicted for first-degree murder of JPSO Detective David Michel, Jefferson Parish District Attorney, 2016-10-16
- Danny Monteverde, Suspect in fatal JPSO shooting files lawsuit against 28 officers, WWL-TV, 2017-06-23
- Opinion in State v. Neveaux, Supreme Court of Louisiana, 2019-12-20