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On Saturday June 17,2006 at approximately 4:05 a.m. the New Orleans Police Department received several calls of a shooting and accident with injury at the corner of Josephine Street and Danneel Street. Upon responding officer%arrival, they located an unresponsive black male lying face up at the corner of Josephine Street and'Dannee1 in front of an abandoned store. The victim appeared to be suffering from a slngle gunshot wound. Officer's also located a blue Ford Explorer which came to rest against a telephone pole on the northeast corner of Josephine and Danneel. When officer%approached, they located the driver and two back seat passengers urnresponsive and also suffering from ee multiple gunshot wounds to tbe body. Upon EMS arriving, all four victims w r pronounced dead. Officers located a fifth victim in tbe vicinity of the Explorer who was suffering from gunshot wounds but still clinging to life. EMS transported this victim to Elmwood Hospital wbere he later expired. Officer's initially canvassed tbe scene, but was unable to locate any witnesses. Detective Lehrmann was able to locate an eyewitness who gave a statement implicating Micbael Anderson as the shooter in this crime. Detective Lebrrnann obtained an arrest warrant for Micbael Anderson charging him with five (5) counts of First Degree Murder. On Thursday July 13,2006 Michael Anderson was arrested and transported to Central Lock up where be was booked accordingly.

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1) Dantzler, Reggie Rodgell (AKA Putty), Black Male, Date of Birthformerly residing at . .. SSN . .- -. A M.0-T-L0.N.i -c tc im hadtbree (3) Felony, twelve (12) Mis'demeanor, and one (1) City arrest,

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4) Hunter, Arsenio(AKA.Li1Man), Black Male, Date of Bhtformerly residing at I 5 SSN Unknown. A M.O.T.I.O.N. check revealed the victim had one (1) Felony and one (1) Misdemeanor arrest.

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.. Gunshot wound to the left side of the head traveling-across the brain towards tbe rigbt temple a ~ e a Gunsbot wound to the left back traveling towards tbe spine Gunshot wound to the left side of the back traveling towards tbe spine and base of tbe victim's neck Gunshot wound to tbe dght stomach tracking upwards to the heart and lung Gunsbot wound to tbe lower left back

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6) The victim had two abrasion to his middle back area - one on each side of the spine
Arsenio Hunter:
1)Gunshot wound t the right wrist area 2) Gunshot wound to the left back area

Marquise Hunter:
1) Gunsbot wound to the left back shoulder traveling towards the spine

2) Gunsbot wound to tbe left shoulder traveling towards tbe spine 3) Gunsbot wound to the right forearm 4) Gunshot wound to the rigbt outer tbigh traveling to the inner thigh 5) Injury to the rigbt knee cap area 6) Gunshot wound to tbe left temple area

PERPETRATOR Michael Anderson AKA Mike- Mike, black male, date of birth November 4,1986 last residing at 2022 Josephine Street New Orleans, Louisiana. SSN 439-63-8080. A M O T I 0 N check revealed Anderson had nine (9) Felony arrests and nine (9) ..... misdemeanor arrests. Anderson has a conviction for PossessSon of Crack Cocaine in 2004.

LOCATION OF OFFENSE
This offense occurred at the corner of Josephine Street and Danneel Street located in the New Orleans Police Departments Sixth District.

DATE AND TIME OF OFFENSE
This offense occurred at approximately 4:05 A.M. on the morning of Saturday June
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UNITS ON THE SCENE Tbe following Sixtb District Patrol Units arrived on the scene: Unit 602 Unit 607 Unit 613 Unit 616 Officer Wayne DeLarge Officer Hillary Addison Officer Genea Carter (Initial Report) Ofiicer Sam Davis Officer Candice Preston Officer Yolanda Quincy

Tbe following Second District Patrol U i s arrived on the scene: nt Unit 212 Unit 218 Officer Arianne White Officer Kendrick Allen OfXcer Anthony Polidore Ofiicer Floyd Jackson

Tbe followSng~~Second D istrid Sup'ervisors-arrived on 'the scene: Unit 210 Unit 220 Lt. Carol Aldrige Sergeant Wesley Morris

The following Sixth District hvestigative Unit arrived on the scene: Unit 1669
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The following Sixth District Supervisors arrived on the scene: Unit 600 Unit 1660 Captain Robert Bardy Sergeant ~ e f f r Walls e~

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The following New Orleans Police Department Public Information Officer's arrived on the scene: Unit 2200 Unit 2222 Captain John Bryson Officer Gary Flot

Tbe following New Orleans Police Department Chaplains arrived on the scene: Unit 2226

J. Cull Deborah Halter

Tbe following New Orleans Fire department personnel a m v e d on the scene: Engine 16 Firefighter David Castle Firefighter Kelly Fay

Tbe following New Orleans Health Department personnel arrived on the scene: Unit 3163 Unit 3168
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The following Homicide supervisor arrived on the scene: Unit 4140 Sergeant Troy Williams

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The following Homicide Units arrived on the scene: Unit 4151 Unit 4153 Unit 4154 Unit 4155 Detective Gustave Bethea Detective Edward Derringer (Primary Unit) Detective Barrett Morton Detective Greg Hamilton

The following personnel arrived from the Orleans Parish Coroner's Office: Coroner Unit 7272 Unit 7274 Dr. Frank Minyard Chantel Francis O d n Duncan John Gagliano

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A. Four (4) pictures from the rear pocket of lriaan Taylor B. One (1) blue Motorola phone from Reggie Dantzler C. One (1) Motorola and One (1) Samsung seized from Arsenio

Hunter D. One (1) Motorola phone from the blue Ford Explorer E. One (1) disposable camera seized from the rear seat of the Explorer F One (1) pbotograph from the Explorer .

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Note: The above listed evidence categorized A to F was collected on Saturday Junel7, 2006, at approximately 6:00 a.m. by Homicide Detective Edward Derringer and was later submitted to the Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606528.

G Green boxer sbol-ts from Arsenio Hunter . H. Blue and Wbite stripped Polo shirt size small from Arsenio Hunter I. Size 34 Gap jeans from Arsenio Runter J. Pair of white Cartier tennis sboes from Arsenio Hunter K. Grey and White stripped underwear from Reggie Dantzler L Wbite undershirt from Reggie Dantzler . M.Rocawear Jean short from Reggie Dantzler N. Wbite Cottonnet Size XXL from Reggie Dantzler 0. Red/ Wbitel Blue Nike tennis sboes from Reggie Dantzler P. Khaki shorts from Warren Simeon Q. Black and Red stripped Polo shirt R. Grey undershirt from Warren Simeon S. Pair of black Nike tennis shoes from Warren Simeon T. Rocawear jean shorts from Iraun Taylor U. White Cottonnet undershirt size XXL from Iraun Taylor V. Hanes multi colored boxer shorts from Irann Taylor W. Pair of white socks X. Red bandada froni Iraun Taylor Y. Grey and White Nike tennis shoes from lraun Taylor
Note: The above listed evidence categorized G to Y was collected on Saturday Janel7, 2006, at approximately O8:lO a.m. by Homicide Detective Edward Derringer and was later submitted to tbe Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606536.

2. Fourteen (14) fired .40 caliber auto cartrjdge cases from
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AA. Nine (9) fired .40 caliber auto cartridge cases from Danneel and
.Josephine near the M'citm's body. BB. Two (2) fired .40 caliber auto cartridge cases from Danneel and Josephine near the victim's vehicle. CC. Two (2) fired .40 caliber auto cartridge cases from Danneel and Josephine - roof and driver's floorboard of Ford Explorer. DD. One (1) Norinco semi auto rille, Model MAK -90 sporter caliber ih 7.62X39mm w t green shoulder strap EE. Twenty four (24) unknown type 7.62X39mm cartridges F'F'. Six (6) Wolf 7.62X39mm cartridges GG. One(1) red and white colored-bandana HH. One(1) red and wbite colored bandana (blood stained) 1 . One(1) red and wbite colored bandana 1 Note: Tbe above listed evidence categorized Z to II was collected on Saturday June 17, 2006 at approximately by Crime Scene Tecbnician Karl Palmer and was later submitted to the Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606470. One (1) spent projectile from autopsy Reggie Dantzler KK. One (1) spent projectile from autopsy Arsenio Hunter LL. Four (4) spent projectiles from autopsy of Warren Simeon MM. Three (3)~spentprujectiles from autopsy of Markee Hunter NN. Four (4) spent projectiles from autopsy of Iraun Taylor
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00. Two (2) partial latent prints from the exterior of 1992 blue Ford Explorer.
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later submitted to the Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606642.

PP. One(1) spent bullet and four(4) spent pellets retrieved from the
Ford Explorer QQ. One(]) black NY bat Note: The above listed evidence categorized PP to QQ was collected on Wednesday June 23,2006 at approximately by Crime Scene Technician and was later submitted to the Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606653.

RR Four audio cassette tapes taped statements of Police OfZicer Joe Williamson, Raymond Cobbins, Torrie Williams, and Calvin Grayer SS. One map describing the crime scene T o m e Williams TT. Two six pack color llne ups - one signed by Raymond Cobbins and the other signed by Torrie Williams. Each identifying Michael Anderson as the shooter. UU. One single black and wbite photograph ofHerman McMillan signed by Calvin Grayer.

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SCENE DESCRIPTION The crime scene is located near the corner of Josepbine and Danneel Street in the Central City area of New Orleans. The intersection of Josephine Street and Danneel Street is bordered by Simon Bolivar Avenue to the south and St. Cbarles Avenue to the n o r t h Tbe intersection is located west of Felicity Street and east of Jackson Avenue. More specifically, 2000 Josephine Street intersects with Danneel Street to south and South Saratoga Street to the north. Josephine Street area is mainly a low income single family residential area. Many homes are older wooden frame houses whicb some are shotgun rentals. Upon initial ofiicers arriving on the scene, they located victim #1, Reggie Dantzler, lying face up on tbe sidewalk at 2000 Josepbine Street (nortbwest corner). Reggie DanWer was clad in a wbite tee sbirt, wbite undershirt, Rocawear jean shorts, grey and white stripped underwear, red, white, and blue tennis sboes. Dantzler feet were pointing in an easterly direction and his head was in a westerly direction. The victim was on the sidewalk in front of an abandoned store. Tbe abandoned store is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Josephine Street and Danneel Street. The abandoned store carries a municipal address of 2002 Josephine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. The abandoned store is an A shaped wood frame building, brown and white in color. Tbe front door of tbe building faces in a southeast area and is supported by a black iron security gate. In front of the building are two support poles on both tbe Josephine and Danneel side. Located between the two poles on Danneel Street is a fire bydraat. Three of the victims were located inside a blue Ford Explorer which bad crashed into a telepbone pole at the northeast corner of the intersection of Josephine Street and Danneel Street. The Ford Explorer is a 1992 four door model bearing Texas license plate 293 KXN was still in the drive gear and the engine was running. The Ford Explorer is registered to Mrs. Angela Simeon a t 12935 Notty Glenn Drive in Houston, Texas. M s r. Simeon was determined to be the mother of tbe vebicle driver Warren Simeon. The vehicle identification number is lFMDU32X5NUB36346. The Ford Explorer front chrome bumper had made contact with the wooden telephone pole. The front bumper of the vehicle was pushed in towards the engine along witb tbe vebicle hood pushed back towards the engine. Also, the rigbt front part of the
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bumper was bent outward- Responding officers observed all four occupant doors of the vehicle were open. The front driver's window was shattered and missing. The front passenger window was also shattered. The rear passenger driver's side window was also missing and appeared to bave been shattered. The rear passenger window was in an upward position and remained intact. The Ford Explorer bad an apparent bullet hole in tbe front windshield located above and to the right of the steering wheel. Inside tbe Ford Explorer, responding officers located a black male in the driver's seat, whicb was later identified as Warren Simeon. Mr. Simeon's feet were on the driver% floorboard as his body leaned to the center consol of the vebicle. Mr. Sirneon's bead came to rest on tbe passenger seat with his left arm in bis lap and the right arm extended towards the glove compartment The driver was clad in a black sbirt witb wbite stripes, blue and wbite boxers, a black belt, beige cargo shorts, white socks, and black shoes. In the back passenger seat of the vehicle, responding oficer's located a black male wbo was later identified as lraun Taylor. Mr. Taylor was on the back seat driver's floorboard with bis feet crossed one over the other Mr. Taylor's body was between the back seat and tbe back of the driver3 seat. Mr. Taylor's head was in the direction of the back passenger side of the vehicle. Mr. Taylor was clad in a white tee shirt, blue jean shorts, blue boxers, a black belt, white ankle socks, and gray/ white tennis sboes. On the rear passenger side of the vehicle, responding ofiicers located a black male who was later identified as Arsenio Hunter. Officerysobserved Mr. Hunter's feet in the vehicle with his bead and torso area on street. Mr. Hunter was lying face up on the street witb his bead lying near tbe rear passenger tire. Mr. Hunter was clad in a blue and white stripped shirt, wbite under shirt, blue jeans, green boxers, white socks, and white tennis sboes
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M.arkee Hua ter, .elad-.in-a-redshi.Ilt-a-a~ddark-pa-nts,-.was found .lying-faceup in the 2000 block of Danneel Street. Responding officers noted tbat Markee Hunter appeared to still be breatbihg, but was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds throughout his body. Responding officers also noted a blood trail from the front passenger area of the vebicle to the location where Markee Hunter was discovered.

While canvassing the area, Officers Anthony Polidore and Floyd Jackson, unit 218, located a green Ford Taurus whicb was parked on the street near 2034 Danneel Street. Tbe Ford Taurus is bearing Louisiana license plate abc123. The vehicle was parked on the north side of tbe street and facing an easterly direction. Officer's Polidore and Jackson noted that the vehicle engine was hot to the touch, and all four doors were unlocked. In plain view, Officer's observed on tbe back passenger seat an AK47.
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A furtber canvass of the crime scene revealed a grey Cbevrolet Celebrity parked eastbound on the south side of 1900 block of Danneel Street. The vehicleys driver's side rear door was apparently struck by a stray bullet and the window was shattered. The vehicle bared Louisiana license plate NTV 166 and is registered to Barbara Cockerham 3258 DeSaix Boulevard New Orleans, La. All of the casings on the scene were Aquila .40 caliber and most were located in the immediate vicinity of Reggie Dantzler. Investigating officers did locate one casing h the vehicle and one casing on top of the vehicle.

WEAPON There was no weapon recovered, but oiXcer9slocated numerous 40 caliber casings on the crime scene which were later believed to all be fired from tbe same weapon.

e At this time, ~ e t e c t i v Lehrmann is unable to establish a concrete motive for the murders. I t is believed that Telly Hankton.had a disagreement witb Reggie 4bPutty99 -Dantzleraacl--hepaid--MichaeJ-bderson-(Mike-Mike-Mike-)-~to-kJother victims are him. The believed to have been at the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann assigned to tbe New Orleans Police Department Homicide Unit conducted a follow up investigation into the murder of five victims which occurred on Saturday June 17,2006 at the'corner of Josephine Street and Danneel Street. The victims were identified as Reggie Dantzler, Warren Simeon, Iraun Taylor, Arsenio Hunter, and Markee Hunter. On Saturday June 17,2006 at approximately 4:05 am members of the New Orleans Police Department Sixth District received several calls of an Aggravated Battery by Shooting and vehicle accident with injury at tbe corner of Josephine street and Danneel Street. Sixth,District officers learned.tbat several subjects had been shot a t that location. ... Officer Yolanda Quincy and Officer Candice Preston, unit 616, was the first police unit to arrive on the scene. Officers Quincy and Preston observed a black male, clad in a white muscle shirt, blue jean shorts, with a black belt, and white tennis shoes lying face up --at-thecorner.ofJosepbine Street and'DanneeJ StreekThe victim bead was in a northwest direction while bis feet were pointed to the southeast. The victim appeared lifeless and lying in a large pool of blood.

.-.10f~ser2s-Q~incy.and.P~e~t0n~J~0.10~ted-a blu.e,FordExplorer, -w.bichwas still running with the headlights on, come to rest against a telephone pole located on the southwest corner of Danneel Street at the intersection witb Josephine Street. Upon examining the vehicle, Officers observed 'the driver of the vebicle to be unresponsive. The driver's feet were located on the driver's sid( floorboard, while the rest df his bddy wks leaning iqto the passenger seat of the vehicle. The dfiver's head came to rest on the passenger seat with his left arm in his lap and the right a h extended towards tbe glove compartment. The driver was clad in a black shirt with white stripes, blue and white boxers, a black belt, beige cargo shorts, white sttrks, and black shoes.
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was slumped to the floorboard and his right arm came to rest on the.back s e a t The victim was clad in a white tee shirt, blue jeans, blue boxers, and wbite tennis shoes. This victim was also unresponsive.

A fourth victim was located partially hanging out of the Ford Explorer. The foulth victim's feet were located on the floorboard in the passenger rear seat area. The victim bad fallen out of the vehicle and his head and torso came to rest on the ground near the rear passenger tire of tbe vehicle. The victim was lying face u p and also appeared to be unresponsive. Tbe victim was clad in a wbite shirt witb blue stripes, multi colored boxers, blue jeans witb a black belt, and white tennis shoes.
A fiftb victim, who was still alive wben located, was found several feet born the Ford Explorer on Danneel Street This victim was alive but unable to communicate with officers. Upon arriving and immediately assessing the scene, Officer's ~ u i n and Preston c ~ advised New Orleans Police Department radio dispatcb to notify E.M.S. on a code 3 ( bighest priority) New Orleans Healtb Department Units arrived on tbe scene and immediately triaged the fiftb victim. This victim was transported to Charity Hospital at the Elmwood Medical Center located on South Clearview Parkway in Jefferson Parish. Tbe victim, Markee Hunter, died in the operating room of Charity Hospital.
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Emergency Medical Personnel checked tbe first four victims and found no signs of Pi. -Nilce's-b-f -~~-afi~~iiYppt~-~~m-iiir-O-o-~-~-~-s'~ pf-o-b iiU-nic=d .the victims ii-Btj.fiied 3h-af .e. dead. Initial responding officers advised channel 2 dispatcb tbat this incident was a homicide, and proper n~tifica~ion~ere-made-.t-hroughout Orleans Police the New Department Police Officer Genea Carter; unit 607, arrived on the scene to author tbe initial crime report. Omcer Genea Carter interviewed Officers Quincy and Preston relevant to tbeir observations wben arriving on tbe scene. A copy of the initial crime report, crime scene log sign in sbeet, and Emergency run sbeets have been placed in the Homicide case file. Detective Edward Derringer, the initial homicide investigator in charge, arrived on the scene. Detective Derringer learned tbat the initial officers to arrive on the scene, Unit 616 manned by Candice Preston and Yolanda Quincy, bad found the vebicle witb all doors open and an victims unresponsive. Officer Preston stated that a concerned citizen rode up

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on a bicycle and directed officers to the location of another victim who was found alive but unresponsive (Markee Hunter). Another concerned citizen rode u p on a bicycle and tentatively identified bbTigery' Markee Hunter and "LiI Mann as Arsenio Hunter. as Detective Derringer learned that Second District responding Officers Anthony Polidore and F. Jackson, manning unit 218, began to canvass the immediate area. Officer's Polidore and Jackson located a Green Ford Taurus, with tinted windows, parked across from 1911 Danneel Street. Officers observed in plain view an AK 47 on the rear seat. Further investigation by tbese officers revealed the vebicle engine was warm, the hood was hot to the touch, and the vehicle was unlocked. Detective Barrett Morton, Unit 4154, was assigned to handle this aspect of the investigation. Detective Edward Derringer noted that the Ford Explorer, Texas license plate 293 KXN,was still in the drive position and running. Detective Derringer noted tbat several chrome .40 caliber S&W Aguila casings were located in the immediate area of Reggie Dantzler. Detective Derringer noted tbat one casing was located inside the vehicle and another was located on top of the vehicle. Detective Eddie Derringer stated he interviewed New Orleans Health Department emergency Medical Services Tecbnicians Rod Cason and Tommy Evans, unit 3167, who advised all victims were unresponsive. Technicians Cason and Evans stated the decedents were not moved and made no further comments.
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McCleary conducted a canvass of the neigbborbood which proved fruitless. Detective Jeffrey Lerhmann received notes from Detective Greg Hamilton outlining statedhegarrivedon the his actionsat.theinitial..crime-scme.l)etecti~e.~.amilton,-nn.~i..4~.55, scene and began to canvass the area of onlookers for any information related to this incident. Detective Hamilton noted that he met with Mrs. Mona Lisa Hunter who stated she is and Markee Hunter( BM. / the mother Arsenio Hunter ( B/M 0 Arsenio Hunter was located on the street next to the rear passenger side tire. Markee r. Hunter was taken to Elmwood Medical Center via Emergency Medical Services. M s Hunter said Markee and Arsenio live with ~ - v a her

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Mrs. Hunter stated she received a phone call from Markisba stating that her sons had been fatally shot at the corner of Josepbine and Danneel Streets. M s Hunter r. immediately proceeded to the scene and learned that Markee Hunter had been transported to the hospital. Detective Greg Hamilton also met with Mrs. Angela Simeon at the crime scene. Mrs. Mrs. Simeon Simeon stated she was the mother of Warren Simeon (B/M further stated that the blue sports utility vehicle at the crime scene belonged to her. Mrs. Simeon allowed Warren to use the vehicle. Mrs. Simeon stated she recdved a phone call from an unknown person who advised Warren Simeoa had been shot at Josephine and Danneel Street. Mrs. Simeon proceeded to tbe area.and observed the scene cordoned off.

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Detective Greg Hamilton obtained a pbysical description of each parent's child, and then compared them to the victims at the crime scene. The descriptions matched and Detective Hamilton made the necessary arrangements witb Orleans Parish Coroner% Chief .. . .. Investigator Jobn Gagliano f o r positive identification. Detective Edward Derringer assisted Coroner's .off~ce personnel with inventory of tbe victims property.
-- The-firstdecedent, identified-.asReggie-Dantzler;.wasremoved at approximately 5:48 a.m. During the inventory, the following items were recovered and turned over to the Coroner's Office 1) Left wrist - one watch ---.- ....-. . - Right..fr~nt..pocket~~n.e~b.utan.epip.e..style..lighter- - . . 21.- . . . .-- - -. ... .. 3) Left front pocket- nothing 4) Right rear pocket- one white T shirt 5) Left rear pocket- twenty-three ( 23) 20's two (2) 100%

Detective Derringer located a cell pbone next to Danller's body which was seized as evidence. The second decedent, identified as Arsenio Bunter, was removed at approximately 6:06a.m. During tbe inventory, tbe following items were recovered and turned over to the Coroner's Office.
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Detective Derringer located a Motorola Razor and another phone under the body of Arsenio Hunter. These two pbones were seized as evidence. The third decedent, identified as Warren Simeon, was removed form the scene at approximately 6:20 a.m. During the inventory, the following items were recovered and turned over to tbe Coroner's office.
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Detective Derringer located a grey Motorola cell phone on the floorboard next to the body. The phone was seized as evidence. The fourtb decedent, identified as lraun Taylor, was removed at approximateJy 6 5 0 a.m. During the inventory, tbe following items were recovered and turned over to tbe . Coroner's Office.

1) Neck- one rosary 2) Left front pocket- two(2) quarters and a wadded up paper towel
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into an argument with an unknown person at Sam's nightclub. Tbe female stated this could be an explanation of the motive for the murders. On Saturday June 17,2006 at approximately 10:49 p.m. Detective Greg Hamilton r. made contact with Mrs. Chantell Perkins. M s Perkins stated Reggie's father, Tyree Perkins, was asleep and bad no relevant information to this investigation. On Sunday June 18,2006 Detective Greg Hamilton went to tbe Orleans Parish Coroner's Office at 2600 Martin Luther King. Detective Hamilton attended tbe post mortem autopsy of the five victims. The first post mortem autopsy began at approximately 8:00 a.m. and was -identified as C.O. # F-0582-06. Dr. Tracy stated tbat tbe victim, Reggie Dantzler, appeared to be shot one time. Dr. Tracy recovered one round from the victim's bead. Dr. Tracy labeled tbe victim's injury A and it was considered to be a fatal wound.
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The evidence collected by Dr. McGary during the victim's autopsy was cataloged and turned over to Detective David Trahan who is assigned to the Orleans Parish Coroner's Office. Detective David Trahan in turn placed these items into the Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606553. The third post mortem autopsy was conducted by Dr. Tracy and began a t approximately 9:30 a.m. Dr. Tracy stated the victim, identified as Warren Simeon, suffered several gunshot wounds. Dr. Tracy collected three (3) bullets and four (4) fragments from the victim's body. Dr. Tracy identified the fo1lowing gunshot wounds:
1) Gunshot wound entered left arm and exiting same 2) Gunshot wound to the left buttocks 3) Gunshot wound to the.left leg 4) Gunshot wound to the left back 5) Gunsbot wound to the left back 6) Gunshot wound to the left back 7) Abrasion to the left a m

Dr. Tracy concluded his post mortem examination at approximately 11:I5 a.m. The evidence collected by Dr. Tracy during the victim's autopsy was cataloged and turned over to Detective David Trabaa who is assigned to tbe Orleans Parish Coroner's Office. Detective David Trahan in turn placed these items into the Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606553. The fourtb post mortem autopsy was conducted by Dr. McGary and began at approximately 3050 a.m. Dr. McGary stated the victim, identified as Irian Taylor, Dr. McGary stated the victim was shot multiple times. Dr. McGary recovered two (2) bullets and two (2) fragments from the victim's body. Dr. McGary identSfied the following wounds:
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Tbe evidence collected by Dr. McGary during the victim's autopsy was cataloged and turned over to Detective David Traban who is assigned to the Orleans Parish Coroner% Office. Detective David Trahan in turn placed these items into the Central Evidence and Property Depository of tbe New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200606553. The fifth post mortem autopsy wasconducted by Dr. Tracy and began a t 2 approximately. 11 : 6 a.m. Dr. Tracy stated the victim, identified as Markee Hunter, 2 suffered several gnnsbot wounds. Dr. Tracy recovered two ( )bullets and fragments. Dr. Tracy identified the following gunshot wounds:
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Note: Tbe evidence collected by Dr. Tracy during tbe victim's autopsy was cataloged and 'oveyto-DefeT'ti6i37,aGdd'Tra'han 0-is-a-ssign-eat0 wb the-Orleans Parish Coronerys ---turned Office. Detective David Traban in turn placed tbese items into tbe Central Evidence and Property Depository of the New Orleans Police.Department under receipt # 200606553.
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On Monday June .1.9,2006-Detective-EdwardJlerringer .retrieved.tbe clothing of victim's Reggie Dantzler, Warren Simeon, Arsenio Hunter, and M a n Taylor. The clothing was taken to the Central Evidence and Property room of tbe New Orleans Police Department and logged under receipt # 200606536. On Monday June 19,2006 Detective Jeffrey Lebrmann was transferred to the Bureau of Investigations Homicide Unit. Detective Lehrmann was assigned to take over lead investigation in this case. At approximately 3 0 p.m. Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann met with Sixth District :0 Officer Joe Williamson at tbe Homicide Office. Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann took a taped statement from Officer Williamson wbicb will be transcr13ed and placed in tbe Homicide to become permanent record.

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Officer Joe Williamson stated he was riding around the Sixth District wlth a documented confidential informant. The informant, wbo has proved reliable in the past, received a pbone call from a female. The female caller then handed the pbone to a male subject known to the confidential informant as Micbael Anderson. The documented informant placed the phone to speaker so Officer Williamson could hear the conversation. Officer Williamson immediately recognized the male voice as Mike- Mike (Michael Anderson). Michael Anderson proceeded to say tbat he killed all five of them mother fuckers and tbat be doesn't care anymore. Officer Williamson has arrested Michael Anderson in tbe past (0610512006) and stopped bim numerous times on the streets. At approximately 5:00 p.m. on Monday June 19,2006 Homicide Sergeant Arthur Kaufman was contacted by Sergeant Dan Anderson of the Sixth District Task Force. Sergeant Dan Anderson stated that Michael Anderson A K A Mike Mike was a t the Sixtb District Police Station trying to clear his name.

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Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann and Sergeant Arthur Kaufman went to the Sixth District and met with Micbael Anderson. Mr. Anderson stated tbat the word on the street is that he was responsible for killing the five boys on Josepbine Street the morning of Saturday June 17,2006. Mr. Anderson stated tbat be has an alibi that would clear him from any involvement in tbis crime. Michael Anderson volunteered to enter the station and was escorted into the on-Friday June-16,-2006 be and his .-interview room: -Michael.Anderson--stated..tb.at girlfriend checked into the Bourbon Orleans Hotel a t approximately noon. Micbael Anderson stated tbey left tbe botel and went to Chris Owens club on Bourbon Street. Michael Anderson would not be specific as to the time he left the botel tbat evening. Michael Anderson stated tbey returned to the botel around 2:00 a.m. and remained there for tbe remainder of the nigbt. Michael Anderson stated the only person who could verify their presence a t t h e hotel was the clerk. Micbael Anderson stated they check out the hotel around noon on Saturday Junel7, 2006. Anderson stated be spent Saturday night with a female, which be refused to name. Anderson stated be spent Sunday nigbt at the Quality Inn room #I004 with a man he knows as Warren C. Micbael Anderson refused to offer any more information to detectives. Upon obtaining this information from Micbael Anderson, Homicide Sergeant Arthur Kaufrnan made contact with the New Orleans Police Department's Eight District Investigative Unit commander Lieutenant Paul Noel. Sergeant Kanfman advised
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Lieutenant Noel of the situation and request he send someone to the Bourbon Orleans hotel to verify the information provided by Micbael Anderson. Lieutenant Paul Noel contacted Sergeant Arthur Kaufman a short time later. Lieutenant Noel stated he sent Detective Ernie Crayton to the hotel and he was able to gain r. the following information. Detective Crayton learned that M s Arnika Jones, Micbael Anderson's girlfriend, cbecked into room # 245 of the hotel at approximately 3.00 a.m. on the morning of Sunday June 18,2006. Detective Crayton was given a registration card and room bill in the name of Arnika Jones for the morning of June 18,2006. Detective Crayton was allowed to view tbe business surveillance tapes for tbe time, Mr. Jones cbecked in (Sunday June 18,2006 between 3:31 a.m. and 3:57a.m.). Detective Crayton observed an unidentified female on tbe tape at that time. Detective Crayton requested a copy of the tape for evidence purposes. The security staff stated they would contact tbeir contractor to retrieve tbe information from tbe surveillance system. At tbis point Detective Jeffrey Lebrmann authored a search and seizure warrant for Micbael Anderson's known address 2022 Josephine Street. This is also tbe reddence where Michael's mother Denise Anderson resides and is within a city block of where the murders occurred. Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann met with the Honorable Judge Bookman who reviewed and signed the search and seizure warrant for 2022 Josephine Street. The warrant bas been placed in the Homicide file and will become a permanent record. . ..
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Detectives from the Homicide Unit, under the supervision of Captain Joe Waguespack, executed the searcb warrant at 2022 Josephine Street. No evidence relevant to the crime was recovered and the residence was turned back over to the owner, Mrs. Den jse Anderson ,---......---. .. . . . -. . . . ..-.. . - .. Captain Joe Waguespack, Sergeant Arthur Kaufman, and Detective Jeffrey Lebrmann then proceeded to the 2000 block of Danneel Street to canvass tbe area. Detective Lebrmann met with Mrs. Mary Turner who advised that on Friday June 17,2006 the Ford Taurus vehicle was in possession of her son James Turner (B/M James Turner stated that be was In the vehicle with his two friends, Christopher Robertson AKA Slim and Miguel Keelen AKA Mic. Mr. Turner stated tbat they went out that night and returned to the house about 2:00 a.m. on tbe morning of June 17,2006. Detective Lebrmann learned tbe registered owner of tbe 1997 Ford Taurus was Mrs. St. Andrew Street runs Mary Turner wbo currently resides a parallel to Josephine and intersects with Danneel Street. Detective Lebrmann learned tbat
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the Ford Taurus was still in the original location for the night of the murder. The vehicle was towed for additional processing. Upon speaking to Miguel Keelen (B/M-Detective Lehrmann learned that he was friends with the victims. Keelen was willingly escorted back to the Sixth :0 District Police station. Keelen advised that he got home around 2 0 a.m. on Saturday morning and went to sleep. Keelen states he called Putty (Reggie Danbler) around 3:45 a.m. to come pick him up from Josephine Street,so be could ride back with 'them to the Westbank. Keelen stated be received a call from Putty that they were pulling up and for Keelen to come outside. Keelen stated his stomach began to hurt and be had to use the restroom. Keeleo stated while in the restroom he heard several shots and came outside to find his friends murdered. Keelem was unable to provide any further relevant information at this time and was brought back borne. On Tuesday June 20,2006 Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann, Greg Hamilton, and Gustave Betbea conducted a canvass of tbe Josephine area in an attempt to obtain furtber information. Detectives found several of the homes abandoned and others that were occupied. The homes that were occupied there was eitber no answer or the occupamts did not witness anything the morning of the murders. On Wednesday June 21,2006 Detective Barrett Morton obtained a search warrant for the Green Ford Taurus which had been towed to the evidence cage of the New Orleans Police Department 715 S. Broad Street. Detective Barrett Morton arrived at the evidence cage to have the Ford Explorer and the Ford Taurus processed for evidence. Crime Scene Techn'iciao Thomas Kennedy, 1 unit 5 19 began to process the Ford Explorer when Captain Waguespack called. Captain Waguespack suggested that detectives gain a search warrant' for the Ford Explorer because it was registered to Mrs. Angela Simeon. Detective Lehrmann prepared a search warrant for the 3992 Ford Explorer and it was signed by Judge Giarusso. Detective Lehrmann contacted Crime Scene and technicians Pichon (Unit 5129) and Collins (Unit 5126) who arrived to process the vehicles. Crime Lab Technicians Pichon and Collins processed the interior of the Ford Explorer and located the following evidence.
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Power amplifier mounted above the rear passenger tire in the cargo area contained one (1) fragment Interior driver's door contained one(1) fragment Rear passenger quarter panel - two (2) fragments Black NY hat on the passenger's front floorboard.

Detective Barrett Morton prepared a search warrant for the Green Taurus which was subsequently signed by Honorable Judge Hansen. Crime Lab Technician Pichon and Collins processed the Ford Taurus and located the following evidence: 1) Driver's side window- partial print 2) Passenger side window- partial print The above listed evidence was collected by Crime Scene Technician C. Picbon on Wednesday June 22,2006 and taken to the Central Evidence and Property Room of the New Orleans Police Department and logged under receipt # 200606653. Once the vehicles were processed, Detective Lebrmann bad the Ford Explorer towed to the City tow yard located on Almonaster in New Orleans East. Detective Lebrmann contacted Mrs. Mary Turner who arrived a short time later to take possessidn of her vehicle. On Thursday June 22,2006 Sergeant Arthur Kaufman was contacted by an oficial of thee-R The representative advised tbat inmate Ronald Miles bad relevant information about this murder.
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Mr. Miles stated if he talked to his friend again, identified as Aaron Jones, he would have him contact police to provide more information. Aaron Jones contacted-Detective Lehrmann on several occasions but had no concrete information relevant to this murder . . investigation. Captain Joe Waguespack went to the Tangipahoa Parish Jail and picked up a copy of the taped conversation between Ronald Miles and Aaron Jones in which they speak of the murder on Josephine Street. This tape was taken into evidence and later logged at tbe Central Evidence and Property room of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200608778. On Friday June 23,2006 Detective ~ e f f r e y Lehrmann proceeded to the Central Evidence and Property room to remove evidence wbich was previously logged by Detective Eddie Derringer. Detective Lebrmann specifically retrieved the cell phones of tbe victims and pictures. Detective Lehrmaon examined tbe phones and retrieved the phone numberr, incoming and outgoing, relevant to tbis investigation. Detective Lehrmann noted that J Miguel Keelen W called Warren Simeon at approximately 1 :03 a.m. on June 17,2006. Keelen also called Reggie,Dantzler "Putty" several times in tbe hour leading u p to tbe murder. Detective Lehrmann contacted crime lab and learned that tbey would develop the disposable camera that was seized as evidence from the Ford Explorer.
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Beal denied seeing the victim's or Michael Anderson a t the club. Beal stated be left at approximately 3:00 a.m. and didn't observe any altercations. Beal was then transported to a hotel in Metairie where he is staying. On Monday dune 26,2,006 at approximately 3:15 p.m. Detective Jeffrey Lehrmann and Detective Decynda Barnes went to 327 Wright Road and met with Mrs. Mona Lisa Hunter. Mrs. Hunter is the mother of Markee and Arsenio Hunter. Mrs. Hunter received a phone call on the morning of the murder from her niece Rashanda Hunter. Rasbanda stated sbe received a call from an unknown female who stated "Mann bad been shot. Mrs. Hunter also advised that she learned Miguel Keelen "Micyy called Reggie Dantzler "Putty" to come to Josepbine and Danneel to pick them up. Detective Lehrmann also spoke to Rakim Hunter who is the brother of Arsenio and Markee Hunter. Rakim Hunter stated he was at Sam's Club tbat night with the,victim9s. Rakim stated that nothing bappened in the club tbat would have instigated these murders. Rakim said he left about 3:00 a.m. and was brought to the Westbank by Markee Huter. Markee Hunter then returned to the club to pick up tbe rest of the boys and bring them home. Rakim Hunter did say tbat "Mic" told bim be beard the gunshots while he was on the phone with 'GPuttyn.Rakim Hunter also stated he saw an associate oSMike-Mike, Herman McMillian, leave from tbe scene after the police arrived. Rakim Hunter was unable to provide an explanation as to the reason the murders occurred. On Tuesday June 27,2006 Detective Lehrmann went to 3801 St. Phillip Street and met with Mrs. Angela Simeon. Mrs. Simeon stated she received a phone call from Jessica in Houston who advised her that her son was shot. Mrs. Simeon proceeded to tbe location and learned tbat her son bad expired. The only information Mrs. Simeon could provide is tbat Warren Simeon had recently broken up with Trinka Hankton who Hves next door to where . . tb&murde.;s occurred. Detective Lehrmaan had learned through the course of the investigation that WWL television had interviewed a female named Torrie wbo stated in the interview that she observed the killings. . On Wednesday dune 28,2006 at approximately 9:00 a.m. Detective Lehrmann met witb Officer Gary Flot of the New Orleans Police Department Public Information Office. At tbis time Detective Lehrmann received a tape of tbe interview of Torrie on WWI, television wbicb was later logged into the Central Property and Evidence Room of the New orlea& Police Dgartment under receipt # 200608778.
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of Markee and Arsenio, stated he went to bis son's funeral but has not relevant information to assist in the investigation. Detective Lehrmann also met with Major Vaughn of Center. Major Vaughn produced a recording of a pbone conversation Markee Edwards had witb bis son Rakim. In tbis conversation Markee learned that the word on tbe street was that Milre- Mike was responsible for his son's murders. Markee also learned that the victims went around Josepbine Street to pick up Miguel Keelen and circled the block. Markee learned tbis must bave spooked the shooter and be killed tbe victimys.

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Detective Lehrmann obtained a CD of the conversation which was later taken to the Central Evidence and Property Room of the New Orleans Police Department and logged under receipt # 200608778. On Sunday July 2,2006 Detective Lehrmann was contacted by Ofiicer Chad Perez of the Sixth District. Officer Perez stated that Raymond Cobbins (B/M 09-04-1982) was in tbe station looking to talk about the murders on Josephine Street. Detective Lehrmann took a taped statement from Raymond Cobbins in wbicb he 7 stated be was on Josepbine Street wben the murders occurred the morning of June 1 , 2006. Mr. Cobbins stated be was in SamysClub witb his girlfriend Torrie Williams. Mr. Cobbins said he observed Mike- Mike in the club with a female. Mr. Cobbins stated MikeMike was clad in a white t shirt and blue jeans.

:0 Mr. Cobbins stated be left Sam's Club about 2 3 a.m. and he went towards the Josepbine Street area. Mr. Cobbins said he was on tbe porcb of his family's residence when be observed tbe five victims turn onto Josephine and stop in tbe middle of tbe block. The victims proceeded down Josephine Street towards Danneel wben Mike- Mike walked from tbe Jackson side of Danneel and stepped into the middle of the street. Mr. Cobbins sald be observed Mike- Mike begin shooting into the vehicle. Mr. Cobbins ran from the scene to protect himself.
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Mr. Cobbins identified Michael Anderson (Mike- Mike) as the shooter he saw fire into the victimysvehicle. Mr. Cobbins was unsure of the movements of the perpetrator prior to tbe shooting but positively identified Michael Anderson (Mike-Mike) as the .. . individual who repeatedly fired into the victim's vehicle. A taped statement was taken of Mr. Cobbins and it was later logged a t the Central Evidence and Property Room of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200608082. Once a transcribed statement is received, it will be placed in the Homicide file and become permanent record. Despite tbe eye witness identification ofMicbae1 Anderson as tbe shooter, Detective Lebrmann continued his investigation in an attempt to corroborate the statement provided by Mr. Cobbins prior to obtaining an arrest warrant. On Saturday July 8,2006 at approximately 8:45 p.m. Detective'Lehrmann met with M s Mona Lisa Hunter at her residence. Mrs. Hunter stated her niece received r. information that Herman McMillian was involved in the murder and was on Josephine Street wben this incident occurred. Detective Lebrmann attempted to locate Herman McMillian to conduct an interview but was u~successful. Detective Lebrmann went to the last known address of Farrianne Thomas (Herman McMiJJian's girlfriend), jyand learned she bad moved back to Texas witb no forwarding address or contact numbers.
.-It should-benoted-t-bat-onSun.day 14,.2006 Offices3romthe Sixth District -May responded to Touro Hospital for a shooting. Oficers learned tbat Herman Mcmillian and Farrianne Tbomas were drivingaear Seventh Street and Danneel wben Herman was shot in tbe back of the bead by an unknown assailant. Herman McMiJlian only received a graze wound. McMillian was unable to identify tbe perpetrator. A copy of this report bas been added to the Homicide Tie and will become permanent record.
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On Tuesday July 12,2006 Detective Lehrmann received a phone call from the Sixth District stating that a female was in the station wisbing to talk about these murders. Upon arrival, Detective Lebrmann met with Mrs. Torrie Williams wbo came from because she beard the police wanted to talk to ber. Mrs. Williams confirmed she was tbe one interviewed by WWL television the morning of tbe murder. M s Williams gave a r. taped statement as to her recollection of the events as tbey unfolded the early morning of June 17,2006.

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M s .Williams.immediate1y.id.e~ r. tifie.d_pb.o.tograpb ,#5.as-the. man sbe knows as MikeMike, the same one who shot into the Ford Explorer the morning of June 17,2006 killing five victims. Mrs. Williams identified Michael Anderson (B/M 11-04-1986) as tbe killer. r. Mrs. Williams circled Michael Anderson's picture and initialed all six photographs. M s Williams turned tbe line up over and indicated wbich picture she choose, #5, and signed, dated, and timed the line up.

Tbe line up was later and audio taped statement was taken to the Central Evidence and Property room of the New Orleans Police Department and logged under receipt #200608082. Once a transcribed statement is received, it will be placed in the Homicide 8 e and become a permanent record.

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While conducting an interview of Mrs. Williams, Detective Lehrmann drew a preliminary map of the area and Mrs. Williams described the events as they unfolded in reference to tbe map. This was done to protect the identity of Mrs. Williams and avoid . having to escort her to the scene and comprising her safety. This was also done to test the validity of Mrs. Williams account against the physical evidence collected on the scene. M s Williams's account of the incident was consistent with the evidence collected on the r. scene. Detective Lehrmann also later took the map to the Central Evidence and Property room of the New Orleans Police Department and logged it under receipt #200608082. During the interview, Detective Lebrmann also produced two additional line ups of subjects wbo may bave been in the area at the time of the murders, along with Michael Anderson. Tbese line ups were shown to determine if Miguel Keelen and Herman r. McMillian were on tbe scene at the time of the murder. M s Williams was unable to identify anyone in either line up. These line ups were later taken to the Central Evidence and Property Room of tbe New Orleans Police Department and logged as evidence under receipt # 200608778. Detective Lehrmann prepared an arrest warrant for Michael Anderson (B/M11-041986) for five counts of First Degree Murder. At approximately 2:30 a.m. on Tbursday July 13,2006 Detective Lehrmann made contact with tbe on duty Magistrate Judge. Detective Lehrmann proceeded to the home of Judge Russo and presented the arrest warrant for his approval. Judge Russo granted Detective Lebrmann's request and signed the arrest warrant. More specifically, the arrest warrant charged Michael 'Anderson with:
1) First Degree Murder of Reggie Putty" Dantzler 2) First Degree Murder of Warren " Luvn Sirneon 3) First Degree Murder of Arsenio " Lil Manyy Hunter 4) First Degree Murder of Iraun Taylor 5) First Degree Murder of Markee Tigern Hunter

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On Thursday July 13,2006 at approximately 5 0 0 p.m. Detective Lebrmann went to the Eigbth Police District to send wanted bulletin. Detective Lehrmann then went to NClC and had the arrest warrant of Michael Anderson placed in M.O.T.1.O.N and NCIC. At approximately 6:10 p.m. on Thursday July 13,2006 Agent Daliares (New Orleans Police Department Narcotics Division) located Michael Anderson near the

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Upon arrival in City Park, Detective Decynda Barnes took possession of Michael Anderson and escorted him into an interview room. Detective Barnes advised Michael Anderson that be was under arrest for five(5) counts of First Degree Murder relevant to an incident which occurred Saturday June 17,2006 at the intersection of Josephine and Danneel Streets. Detective Barnes advised Michael Anderson of his rights via a Rights of Arrestee Form. The form, # 156319, was completed by Detective Barnes. Michael Anderson stated he understood his rights but refused to sign tbe form. Tbis form was later logged into the Central Evidence and Property Room of the New Orleans Police Department under receipt # 200608778. Michael Anderson wished to speak and went on to say that the only one of tbe five ut victims he knows is P t y (Reggie Dantzler) because tbey were Incarcerated in a juvenile facility together. Michael Anderson denied involvement in the killings stating he is a drug dealer not a killer. Michael Anderson stated the night of tbe murder he was at the Bourbon Orleans with bis girlfriend Arnika Jones. Mr. Anderson stated be went to Sam% club tbat night and both he and Mrs. Jones left at approximately 2:30 a.m. returning to the hotel for the remainder of the night.
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At approximately 8:00-p.m. Michael Anderson was transported to tbe Orleans Parish Criminal SherifPs Office Central Lock up where he was booked with five counts of First Degree Mnrder relevant to New Orleans Police department item F-16754-06. On Friday July 14,2006 Detective Lehrrnann met with Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Detective Lehrmann and ATF agents relocated to the 2000 block of Josephine to searcb for the murder weapon. Agent Barton utilized her firearms trained detection dog, Yahtzee, to searcb the area. Detective Lehrrnann and ATF agents were unable to locate any firearms in tbe immediate area,

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On Friday July 14,2006 Detective Lehrmann went to the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, 717 Orleans Avenue, and met with manager Stuart Taylor. Detective Lehrmann advised the reason for the visit and Mr. Taylor stated he was aware tbat police had previously come to the botel seeking information. Detective Lebrmann presented the paperwork previously received from the botel relevant to the stay of Mrs. Arnika Jones. Mr. Taylor confirmed that the paperwork was generated from the Bourbon Orleans hotel. Mr. Taylor stated that the .registration sheet signed by Mrs. Jones and tbe computer generated receipt are correct. Both papers show Mrs. Jones checking into the hotel on Saturday June 17,2006 and checking out on Sunday June 18,2006. Mr. Taylor also confirmed the key log is for room # 245 wbich was rented by Arnika Jones. Mr. Taylor stated the key log is dated wrong and inaccurate because the key reader batteries were fatally low. Detective Lebrmann questioned Mr. Taylor as to the date of June 17,2006. Mr. Taylor stated that although the computer shows Mrs. Jones checked in on the morning of June 17,2006 she actually checked in on Sunday morning June 18,2006. Mr. Taylor stated that the hotel computer will read June 17,2006 after midnight on June IS until the night audit is completed and actually rolled over by the employee. The computer 3 not on a true s 24 bour rotation wbich would change dates at midnight. The dates doesn't change until tbe night audit is completed somewbere between 4 and 5 a.m. eacb morning. Mr. Taylor produced a computer print out which showed Mrs. Jones actually paid cash for the botel room when she cbecked in. The cash was taken in by the hotel clerk at -035491 -on-?3undaylJune.-18;.2006;..Mr; Taylor-also-stated that this-is an accurate form and no employee should be able to enter the system after the fact and alter previous check ins and dates. have At this time Mr. Taylor stated-tbe-check-in.should been captured on tape and archived in tbeir video system. The botel has only one open access door at nigbt and tbat entrance/ exit is videotaped for guest and hotel protection. Mr. Taylor was unable to access tbe system and gave Detective Lehrmann the contact Information of the system manager William Drakeford. Detective Lehrmann attempted to contact Mr. Drakeford but was unsuccessful because the.business had movedand unable to be located in the phone book. On Monday Jaly 17,2006 Detective Lehrmann and Ruiz went to 2521 Bell Street in New Orleans to speak with Mrs. Arnika Jones, Mrs. Jones stated she was in the botel the night of the murder with Micb.ae1Anderson. Mrs. Jones did not want to speak any further or give any offwial statements until she spoke to Michael Anderson's lawyer. Mrs. Jones attempted to contact tbe lawyer but was unsuccessh1. Detective Lebrmann concluded the interview and left the residence.

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On Monday July 24,2006 Detective Lehrmann was able to locate and make contact with William Drakeford in reference to tbe hotel security tapes. Mr. Drakeford stated that the surveillance system only bolds video for approximately seven (7) days and then the information is erased and no one can access it again. On Monday July 24,2006 Detective Lehrmann was called to tbe New Orleans Police Department Sixth District to speak with Miguel Keelen. Mr. Keelen is believed to be the set up man that lured the victims to the scene for Mike- Mike to kill tbem, Mr. Keelen was advised of his rigbts per Miraada via form # 210513. Detective Lehrmann relocated to tbe Central Evidence and Property Room of the New Orleans Police Department and logged tbe rigbts form under receipt # 200608921

Mr. Keelen stated be was inside of Sam's club witb tbe victims the nigbt they were murdered. Mr. Keelen stated be called.Putty (Reggie Dantzler) several t m s tbat nigbt. ie Mr, Keelen denied being involved in the murder and said be grew up with tbe victim's.
On Tuesday July 25,2006 Detective Lehrmann and ATR Agent Mike Hutton went to an undisblosed location to meet witb T o d e Williams. Detective Lebrmann received r. unconfirmed information that M s Williams agreed to come fornard and finger Micbael Anderson as the shooter because she was paid off by tbe actual shooter Telly Hankton. Mrs. Williams adamantly denied this stating she has received notbing'iri exchange for. her cooperation. Mrs. Williams stated sbe saw tbe shooting and wanted to do tbe rigbt thing. Jt sbould be noled that Torrie Williams was on television on@hours after the murder stating tbat sbe observed tbe incident unfold. Upon researching Telly Hankton (B/M 06-11-1976) Detective Lehrmann learned Mr. Hankton~was~a~estedededo.nBJaune Illegal Possession of a Firearm. In this case 29,20(13.for (F-51146-03) Off~cers seized a Glock .40 caliber handgun wbicb had a twenty nine (29) round magazine and twenty- eight Aguila rounds. Detective Lebrmana attempted to determine tbe disposition of the gun but was unsuccessful. Detective Lebrmann submitted a Crime Lab request to compare tbe rounds fired from Mr. Hankton's gun and those recovered from tbe crime scene at Josepbine and,Danneel Street. On Wednesday August 2,2006 Detective Lebrmann was contacted by firearms examiner Meredith Acosta wbo stated that the evidence saved in IBIS under F-51146-03 does nod match the evidence from tbis murder (F-16754-06). This eliminates the Glock owned by Telly Haakton as tbe murder weapon,

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A copy of tbe Telly Hankton arrest has been placed in the Homicide file and will become permanent record. Detective Lehrmann went to Charity Hospital Elmwood to locate any clothing tbat belonged to Markee Hunter. Tbe hospital was unable to locate these items at this time. At this time, Detective Lehrmann is attempting to locate Telly Hankton and Herman McMillian to determine if they had any involvement fn this incident. Thas far, those . actions bave met with negative results. In the course of this investigation, Detective Lehrmann learned that MikeMike had taken several photographs while at Sam5 Clnb. Detective Lehrmann w s able to make a contact with the picture man and learned tbat none of the pictures are saved past the night they are taken. Any further information relevant to this case will be forwarded in the form of a supplement report. With the arrest of Michael Anderson, AKA Mike-Mike, tbe Office of the Honorable District Attorney for the Parish of ..Orleans will be consulted in this matter. ..
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