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Inmates face more charges after pics and videos of them in jail appear online

Quintal Davis (Source: St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office) Quintal Davis (Source: St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office)
Jonathan Robinson Jonathan Robinson
Spencer Bourda Spencer Bourda
Michael Crouch Michael Crouch
Joseph Lightfoot Joseph Lightfoot
CENTERVILLE, LA (WAFB) -

Five inmates were booked on additional charges after pictures and video of them in jail with items they shouldn’t have surfaced online recently.

The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office reported the following are charged with possession of contraband in a penal institution:

Quintal Davis, 34, of Morgan City

Jonathan Robinson, 34, of Franklin

Spencer Bourda, 23, of Franklin

Michael Crouch, 28, of Morgan City

Joseph Lightfoot, 42, of Franklin

Deputies said they learned Thursday afternoon that pictures and video had been posted online showing inmates in the Centerville jail with contraband.

They added all of the illegal items were confiscated, including cell phones.

The investigation is ongoing, as detectives continue to follow leads and additional information on the case.

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