The man in charge of helping hurricane victims find their lost loved ones is now behind bars.
He's accused of asking a male undercover deputy for sex in a Baton Rouge area park. That's on South Harrell's Ferry near Millerville. Now, he's charged with attempted crimes against nature.
In the middle of the day, East Baton Rouge Sheriff's deputies arrested year-old Gary Daughtery of Florida for allegedly asking for sexual favors from an undercover deputy. He was still wearing his D-Mort shirt.
But Daugherty isn't alone. Other deputies heard everything Monin said to the undercover agent through hidden microphones Care to know what else was happening?
Deputies say the driver of a BMW was giving their undercover agent some advice about meeting men here. Well, those cops didn't arrest him because he didn't complete the deal, but they did arrest year-old Jimmy Rousseau Harrelll Arkansas. It appears he, like Daugherty, was also in Louisiana for disaster relief.
Raiford says, "It's a little disappointing, you know? FEMA works for the federal government.
You're supposed to be setting an example of how to do the ahy things for the right reasons and certainly what we saw here today is not for the right reasons at all. Deputies also arrested two other men for attempted crimes against nature and osbscenity, one at Forest Park and the other at Highland Road Park.
Raiford wants it to be crystal clear that sexual encounters in BREC parks will not be tolerated. November 11, at 1: After deputies apprehended Monin, 9 News asked him about the incident.