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St. Tammany Grand Jury Returns Four Indictments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 9, 2017

COVINGTON—District Attorney Warren Montgomery announced that a St. Tammany Parish grand jury on Thursday (June 8) returned the following indictments:

• Jake Mills, 20, of Mandeville, of second degree murder in the death of Vincent A. Cuccia on or about March 18, 2017.

• Margaret Camaille Stockstill, 32, of Franklinton, of second degree murder in the death of Cody M. Couch; she initially had been booked with manslaughter.

• William Thomas Jones, Jr., 44, of Franklinton, the former evidence custodian for the Causeway Police Department, of malfeasance in office, of theft of items valued at more than $5,000, and two counts of theft of a firearm; he is accused of stealing controlled dangerous substances under his custody between Oct. 4, 2011, and Nov. 28, 2016, taking cash, valued at between $5,000 and $25,000 from evidence collected by the department, and taking two firearms—a Smith and Wesson 40-caliber handgun and a Taurus 38-caliber handgun—that were in the department’s custody.

• Craig Anthony Marquez, 54, of Abita Springs, of aggravated first degree rape of a victim under 13. Marquez is accused of raping a girl, who was 8 years old when the abuse started in 2013.