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On May 19 @ 10:14 pm, JCSO interviewed BSL at Oschner in Jefferson Parish regarding his multiple stab wounds.
Report mentions BSL stating that he was already interviewed for 2 hours by NOPD.
Link to JCSO report
On May 19 @ 1:48 AM
"Surveillance video captured Mickey on St. Landry Street at 1:48 a.m. On May 19th. Moments after, the white pick up truck police believe is Lavergne's can be seen following Mickey"
BSL altered his driver's license.
"The Sheriff's Office said this [warrant for BSL's arrest] pertains to Lavergne allegedly destroying his driver's license in order to conceal that he was a registered sex offender."
According to the police report, Lavergne stated that, around 3:00 p.m. on May 19, he was driving in an unfamiliar area and his GPS was not working. He said he pulled into a gas station to get directions and was attacked by an unidentified man wearing a football jersey and black hat covering most of his face. Lavergne said the man stole his wallet. He said he then drove around until he found a hospital.
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9 days after Lafayette woman's disappearance, suspect met with sex detectives
Lavergne went to the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office on May 28, three days after police released photographs of a Chevrolet Z71 pickup seen in surveillance video that also captured images of Shunick around the time she disappeared. Police say believe the pickup in the vido belongs to Lavergne.
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Nothing Found During Possible Grave Site Search
St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz says that nothing was discovered during a search of three possible grave sites near the home of Brandon Lavergne Thursday Morning
New Details About Lavergne Traffic Stop + Investigation Process [Audio]
In an interview with Scott Brazda on Friday’s edition of “The Afternoon Drive Home,” Cpl. Paul Mouton, a Lafayette Police Department spokesperson, revealed Lavergne was being monitored very closely. They knew Lavergne worked offshore, Mouton said, and they had an idea of what routes he would normally drive.
2 vehicles in video with missing Mickey Shunick ruled out
A news release Wednesday said investigators have spoken with drivers and occupants of two of the three vehicles shown on the video showing 21-year-old Michaela "Mickey" Shunick riding her bicycle. Cpl. Paul Mouton says nobody in a car or a pickup truck with a bed cover had information about or connection to the case
JPSO= Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office
May 19, 2012
10:14 p.m. -- JPSO gets the call that a stabbing victim is in the ER at Ochsner Medical Center, 1516 Jefferson Hwy, Jefferson, LA
10:16 p.m. -- Call is dispatched to the responding officer, JP146
10:19 p.m. -- JP146 arrives at Ochsner
10:34 p.m. -- JP146 completes interview with the victim
10:51 p.m. -- JP146 advises the responding detective, JP184, that BSL is uncooperative
10:19-10:51 p.m. -- JP146 arrives at Ochsner. Security personnel tell him NOPD has just finished up with BSL. During questioning, BSL tells JP146 that NOPD interviewed him for two hours. That puts NOPD at Ochsner at approximately 8:15-8:30. BSL would have arrived at Ochsner no later than about 8:00 p.m., possibly earlier.
There is at least a three hour discrepancy between the JPSO incident report and what the media continues to report, which places BSL's arrival at the hospital at 11 p.m.
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Mickey Shunick media briefing: Bike found damaged
The only visible damage to the bike belonging to missing Lafayette woman Mickey Shunick was the rear tire, according to Lafayette Police Cpl. Paul Mouton
Investigators believe the bike was dropped off and not thrown from the bridge. Also, they believe the bike was dumped the morning Shunick went missing
Two Search Teams Looking for Shunick
There is also a new company in town that will also be aiding in the investigation. Special K-9s Recovery Specialist are in town and will be getting to work tomorrow morning. They specialize in evidence recovery and forensics. Their dogs can actually distinguish the difference between an animals body or a humans; and are also trained to search water, land, ash, and also vehicles.
PI Received 2 Good Tips
John Abdella said Thursday he received a tip from a "good source" with descriptions of two people involved in Lafayette incidents similar to the Shunick case. The tip reinforces Abdella's sense that two people were involved in the University of Louisiana at Lafayette student's disappearance
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Lafayette police officer Kyle Manceaux obtained surveillance video footage from The Daily Advertiser
The footage included views of Bertrand Drive between the hours of midnight and 4 a.m. on May 19
Police say Lavergne burned the white pickup truck allegedly used in commission of the crime; the same truck that was captured by a City Hall camera near St. Landry Street and University Avenue about the time Shunick was also photographed on her bike.