On July 8, 2014 Judge Clayton Davis sentenced Armonta Dquon Hadnot to three consecutive
life sentences and an additional 150 years with the Louisiana Department of Corrections.
Hadnot received the mandatory life sentence on three counts of first degree murder after being convicted on July 2. Judge Davis order Hadnot to serve the maximum 50 year sentence on each count of attempted first degree murder he was also convicted of on July 2. All sentences are to run consecutively to each other, at hard labor and without the benefit of probation, parole or suspension of sentence.
Hadnot was convicted of murdering David Jermaine Galmore, 23, Jermiskian Jovan Arvie, 20, and Fitzgerald Tremayne Guillory, 20, on March 20, 2013. Hadnot and another male subject robbed six men at gunpoint before opening fire and killing three of the victims. The incident occurred at McMillin Park in Lake Charles.
Sergeant Franklin Fondel served as the lead detective on the case for the Lake Charles Police Department.
Assistant District Attorney David Kimball handled the case for the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office with the help of Assistant District Attorney Christy Rhoades May.