DAILYKENN.com -- A 72-year-old white man and his 70-year-old wife were found shot dead in their Louisiana home. Police are searching for two black male suspects.
If you happen to see two black males wondering through your neighborhood, you may:
a. Heed the advice of black comedians and punish yourself with white guilt for your racist stereotyping, or
b. remember this story and hundreds like it in which out-of-place Negros brutally murdered in-place Caucasians and call police.
From katc.com▼Brian Richard
The Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office is searching for two suspects in connection with the double homicide of a Lacassine couple.
Seventy-two-year-old Walter Gotreaux and his 70-year-old wife, Darlene, were found dead inside their home on Highway 90, west of Lacassine, last Sunday night.
Deputies say the couple died from multiple gunshot wounds.
Twenty-three-year-old Javari Guidry and 21-year-old Jordan Alexander Legros are wanted for first-degree murder and aggravated burglary.
Deputies say the two suspects live in Jeff Davis Parish but are not from the area originally. Two locations of residences include Houston and Welsh. They may be in those locations, but deputies say that their whereabouts are currently unknown.
The suspects were not believed to be directly associated with the victims, but they have acquaintances in common with the victims
A silver car is connected with this investigation. No make or model was given by authorities.
The motive was robbery, a sheriff’s office spokesperson says. They are considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who may know the suspects is asked to call their local law enforcement agency.
Both suspects have prior arrests from different agencies.
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