Chris Williams Death – Is Dead: Three individuals have been captured regarding a shooting that left a 36-year-old.
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office captured 34-year-old Brian Derousselle Monday in the wake of looking through a home on Gathe Lane in Lafayette, office representative Valerie Ponseti said in a delivery. He was accused of first-degree murder, endeavored first-degree murder, and check of equity.
A 17-year-old likewise was captured Monday in St. Landry Parish regarding the shooting passing, Ponseti said. The adolescent was accused of first-degree murder and endeavored first-degree murder.
Sheriff’s agents captured 20-year-old Lason Edmond Sunday. He was accused of first-degree murder and endeavored first-degree murder.
The sheriff’s office claims the Berousselle, Edmond, and the adolescent shot and killed Christopher Williams, Ponseti said. Representatives were first called to an accident at around 1:30 a.m. Friday in the 200 square of Seafood Lane. While en route to the scene, they got reports of a potential shooting nearby.
At the point when they showed up, they discovered Williams dead.
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office has captured a man regarding the shooting demise of a 36-year-old.
Sheriff’s agents were called at around 1:30 a.m. Friday to an accident in the 200 square of Seafood Lane, which is close to Carmel Drive in north Lafayette. While en route to the accident, appointees got reports of a potential shooting nearby, as per division representative Valerie Ponseti.
At the point when they showed up, appointees discovered Christopher Williams, the driver of the vehicle engaged with the accident, dead, Ponseti said. Williams passed on from his discharge wounds, as indicated by a fundamental report from the Lafayette Parish Coroner’s Office.
Lason Edmond was captured Saturday regarding Wiliams’ demise, Ponseti said. He was accused of one count of first-degree murder and one count of endeavored first-degree murder. He is being held in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center without bond.
Edmond is booked to show up in court Tuesday, as indicated by prison records.
Extra captures are forthcoming the examination is progressing, Ponseti said.