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Phillip Lafleur

Lafleur sentenced to life for 2 killings

Phillip Lafleur was sentenced to life in prison for the killing of Akeem Adiddias Ceasar in Eunice and 40 years in a manslaughter plea involving the death of his great uncle Dale Lafleur.
The sentencing was Tuesday before 27th Judicial Court District Judge Alonzo Harris in Opelousas, according to a clerk in the St. Landry Parish Clerk of Court Office.

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Chataignier murder victim’s son opposes killer’s bid for parole

The son of a murder victim spoke out in response to a recent decision that was handed down by the Louisiana 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.
Glynn Lavergne’s mother Bernice was murdered in 1992 in her store in Chataignier. The suspect arrested for the crime was then 15-year-old Russell Ross Rubin.
Rubin was subsequently convicted in 1996 after his first conviction in 1994 was reversed by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals. Following both convictions, he was sentenced to serve life in prison at hard labor without benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence.

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Phillip Lafleur

Eunice man indicted in second killing

A St. Landry Parish Grand Jury indicted Phillip Lafleur of second-degree murder in the death of his great uncle Dale Lafleur.
The indictment was returned on Tuesday to 27th Judicial District Court Judge D. Jason Meche.
Lafleur, 23, of the 300 block of North 12th Street, Eunice, is accused of murdering the 68-year-old Dale Lafleur, who disappeared in July 2011 from his Bayou Road home in Port Barre.
Phillip Lafleur also is awaiting trial on a second-degree murder charge in the death of 22-year-old Akeem Adiddias Ceasar.

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4 people indicted for murder in California said to have links to St. Landry Parish

A federal grand jury in San Francisco returned a superseding indictment on Aug. 3 charging Marcus Etienne, a.k.a. Hitler, Elizabeth Gobert, Craig Marshall, and Mario Robinson, with racketeering, murder, and conspiracy, announced United States Attorney Brian J. Stretch and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett. The indictment was unsealed Aug. 9.

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Phillip Lafleur

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Dale Lafleur

Eunice man already in jail for a 2016 killing says he killed his great-uncle in 2011

A 23-year-old Eunice man held in prison for a 2016 killing in Eunice now says he killed his great-uncle in 2011 and dumped the body in the Atchafalaya River across from Krotz Springs.
St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz said Phillip Foster Lafleur, 23, of the 300 block of North 12th Street, Eunice, has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his great-uncle, Dale Lafleur.

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