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Mugs, Charges Released in Officer Shooting

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LAPLACE, La.--Louisiana State Police have released the charges and some of the mug shots of the suspects accused of being involved in a shooting in St. John Parish that left 2 deputies dead and 2 others injured.

The seven were arrested in connection with the attempted murder of the first deputy shot, Michael Scott Boyington.

Charges have not yet been filed in connection with two deputies who were killed or a second deputy who was wounded.

Thursday, St. John the Baptist Parish deputies Brandon Nielsen and Jeremy Triche were killed after a traffic stop ended in gunfire at a nearby mobile home. Two deputies, included Michael Scott Boyington, were injured and taken to the hospital for "serious gunshot wounds."

Seven suspects have now been arrested and booked at the St. John the Baptist Parish Correctional Center.

Two suspects, Brian Lyn Smith and Kyle David Joekel, are not pictured. The Sheriff's Office says they will be booked once they are released from the hospital.

Please see the below for the names and charges of all suspects.

44-year-old Terry Smith, of Laplace, charged with Principal to Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

24-year-old Brian Lyn Smith, of Laplace, charged with Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

22-year-old Derrick Smith, of Laplace, charged with Principal to Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

28-year-old Kyle David Joekel, of Laplace, charged with Principal to Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

37-year-old Chanel Skains, of Laplace, charged with Accessory after the Fact to Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

21-year-old Teniecha Bright, of, Laplace, charged with Principal to Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

23-year-old Brittney Keith, of Laplace, charged with Accessory after the Fact to Attempted 1st Degree Murder of a Police Officer

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