CPSO Arrests Three in Armed Robbery

News Release

Lake Charles – On November 16the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a home on Alma Rd in Lake Charles in reference to a 911 hang up call.

Upon deputies’ arrival they spoke to the homeowner and two of his friends who told them approximately five men with bandanas covering their faces entered the residence with firearms. One man had an AK-47 and the others had handguns.

They demanded money from the homeowner and his two friends. The men took several electronic devices including TV’s and gaming consoles before leaving the scene in two trucks.

During the investigation, detectives were able to gain video surveillance of the trucks fleeing the scene. Also, the victims were able to identify some of the men. 

Detectives issued warrants for Marqell Anderson, 20, 914 LeBleu St.; Ryan Moss, 30, 1601 21st St; and Ty Fullington, 21, 8559 Gulf Highway; all of Lake Charles.

On November 16 deputies made a traffic stop on one of the trucks driven by Marqell Anderson. During the search of the truck, detectives located some of the stolen property and a stolen AK-47. Detectives learned the truck was owned by Ryan Moss.

Ryan Moss was arrested on November 20 on a traffic stop.

On November 26 deputies located Ty Fullington at his home with the other truck used in the robbery. Ty was arrested and booked in to the Calcasieu Correctional Center.

Anderson (bond set at $226,000), Fullington (bond set at $153,000), and Moss (bond set at $225,000) are all charged with three counts of armed robbery; and three counts of armed robbery with a firearm.  All of their bonds were set by Judge Sharon Wilson.

The investigation is continuing with more arrests possible.

CPSO Detective Travis Mier is the lead investigator on this case.

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