Shootings in Louisiana: What We Know
- Five people are passed in dual apart – though associated – incidents.
- The “prime suspect” is 21-year-old Dakota Theriot, wanted for first-degree murder and other charges.
- He is deliberate “armed and dangerous.”
- Two of a victims were a suspect’s parents.
New Orleans — Authorities in Louisiana contend apart though associated shootings in dual opposite parishes have left 5 people dead. CBS associate WAFB-TV reports that detectives on Saturday were looking for 21-year-old Dakota Theriot, who is wanted for first-degree-murder, bootleg use of weapons, and home invasion.
Ascension Parish Sheriff Bobby Webre told a news discussion that deputies were called to a trailer in a city of Gonzales for a “domestic incident” on Saturday morning. Upon arrival, deputies found dual people who had been shot though were still alive: Elizabeth and Keith Theriot, both 51. WAFB reports a integrate was shot in a bedroom, authorities said.
WAFB reports that deputies were means to talk Keith Theriot before a integrate was ecstatic to a sanatorium in Baton Rouge, where they after died.
From that interview, authorities identified a couple’s son, Dakota, as “our primary think in this case.” He is being sought on first-degree murder and other charges.
Webre pronounced Dakota had lived with his relatives quickly though was asked to leave a chateau and not return. He is deliberate “armed and dangerous” and was pushing a stolen 2004 Dodge Ram pickup, gray and china in color.
The policeman pronounced 3 other sharpened deaths occurred Saturday in adjacent Livingston parishes, about 70 miles west of New Orleans.
Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard reliable on Facebook that 3 deaths happened in his bishopric and identified a victims as Billy Ernest, 43; Tanner Ernest, 17; and Summer Ernest, 20.
Livingston Parish Sherriff’s Office orator Lisa Steele pronounced there is no ground during this time. However, Steele pronounced there was means to trust a think had a attribute with one of a victims in Livingston Parish.
Ascension sheriff’s mouthpiece Allison Hudson says authorities trust a shootings in a dual parishes are connected, and investigators from both jurisdictions are operative together.
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