LA: Jury finds ______ guilty of 2nd degree murder in 2015 killing of his girlfriend’s convicted molester

[The Advocate]


_____________, who confessed to fatally stabbing and strangling his girlfriend’s convicted molester inside the man’s Zachary trailer and stuffing his body into a 55-gallon container, was found guilty of second-degree murder Thursday in the brutal July 4, 2015, slaying.

_____, 23, of Walker, faces a mandatory term of life in prison when he is sentenced Jan. 18 by state District Judge Tony Marabella. He will remain in custody until then.

His girlfriend, _____, 20, also of Walker, pleaded guilty earlier this year to manslaughter, testified for the prosecution at _____’s trial and will be sentenced the same day by the judge. She faces a sentence of up to 40 years. ____did not testify in his own defense.


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“Looked up online to verify his address was the same” before committing this heinous act.

Another possible use of the registry (whether through the state, parish, or third-party/media website) that is against the fine print of it’s intended use and is illegal. Probably wouldn’t take much to investigate this especially if pressed by the deceased’s family to do so and the dangling of shortening a sentence for time with your child.

Wonder if his estate or family could civilly sue the state, parish, and/or third-party/media website, in addition to the two convicted people, for damages just as others have done?

Where is LA voices on this?

This is truly a disturbing article! I’m wondering who is worst? What normal person is going to break into someone’s home, brutally kill them and dispose of the body in the manner he did? That’s very sick!

this is the only reason there is still a registry , so not only are we punished for life , but the winner of the lucky drawing of the registry we get murdered by some wantabe hero , and dang if the DA get to put them behind bars , its going on all over the country , and still these law makers keep pushing this death registry , I realize that some are living some kind of life , but many are not , whats next , we have to ware orange jail jumpers with a target on the back ? its stupid to pass a law that will get people killed !