As the nation continues to mourn the tragedy from Sandy Hook Elementary School, we are now learning more and more about the details of that very tragic day. It seems like investigators are beginning to piece things together, and now family members of both the victims and the perpetrator are speaking out.
According to our sister station 96.5 KPEL News, the Lafayette Police Department is currently investigating three separate armed robberies in Lafayette all in which it's victims were women. Police do believe that the three robberies over the course of the week may be connected to each other.
With the holidays rapidly approaching we offer you this consumer alert. Be very careful what you purchase from strangers on the street this holiday season. Not everything you think you may be buying on the street is "legit."
In a scene that looks like it was taken straight out of an action movie, six black-clad men recently rode into a north London mall on motorcycles and helped themselves to a fortune in jewelry. Where's James Bond when you need him?
Our media partner KATC-TV 3 was on-hand when Brandon Scott Lavergene arrived at a Lafayette Parish Courthouse this morning for an evidentiary hearing. Lavergne is being held on murder charges in the deaths of Mickey Shunick and Lisa Pate.
Charlie Shunick, Mickey‘s sister, says she would do anything to find out what happened to her. She says even if it means Brandon Scott Lavergne, the man indicted for Mickey’s murder, would strike a deal
KATC obtained an incident report earlier today from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's office indicating that Brandon Scott Lavergne was at a hospital in the area seeking treatment for multiple stab wounds less than 24 hours after Mickey Shunick was last seen.
An updated affidavit of arrest containing investigative details in Brandon Scott Lavergne's 1999 aggravated burglary/aggravated oral sexual battery case has been posted on Scribd. Lavergne is currently being held on charges of aggravated kidnapping and first-degree murder in connection with the disappearance of Mickey Shunick, the 22-year-old UL student from Lafayette that has been missing since May 19, 2012.
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