December 8, 2018
Jontrell Robinson, left, and Edwin Cottrell.
Sheeeeeiiit, you could put these mufuggas in a black and white movie and their appearance wouldn’t change a bit.
Three teens are accused in a fatal carjacking in Gentilly that claimed the life of 49-year-old Jeannot Plessy Tuesday (Nov. 27), according to New Orleans police.
Jontrell Robinson, 17, was booked into the Orleans Justice Center jail Saturday evening on one count each of second-degree murder and carjacking, online jail records show.
Police also arrested 19-year-old Edwin Cottrell in connection with the Plessy’s death Saturday, hours after calling him a “person of interest,” in the case. Cottrell was booked into the Orleans Justice Center jail Saturday evening on one count of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, online jail records show, but NOPD said he is expected to be charged with one count each of principal to second-degree murder and principal to carjacking.
A juvenile is also accused of being involved in the fatal carjacking. He was arrested on charges of principal to second-degree murder and principal to carjacking, according to NOPD. Police did not release the juvenile’s name.