Brandon Scott Lavergne as possible suspect in Necole Guillory's murder

Discussion in 'Jennings, Louisiana' started by Justiceforever, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. Justiceforever

    Justiceforever New Member

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    I would like to discuss the idea put forth by Harmony2 that BSL.may be a person to look at in the murder of NG. Here's a little background.

    BSL confessed and later recant to murdering Mickey Shunick from La Fayette LA and Lisa Pate from Youngsville LA.

    http://m.cbsnews.com/storysynopsis....5695&feed_id=999&videofeed=999&nb_splitPage=1

    BSL frequented a salon in Crowly LA and flirted with a woman who worked there.

    http://www.theind.com/news/indreporter/10922-crowley-hairdresser-lavergne-had-knife-wound-on-neck

    Can someone upload a map showing the distance/ traveling route between St Landry st. LA, Crowly LA, Youngsville LA, and Jennings?

    The salon is in Crowly LA

    MS was abducted from St Landry st in La Fayette.

    L. Pate's body was found in Acadia Parish.
    M. Shunick's body was found Aug. 7 buried near some grave sites in a small cemetery off La. Highway 10 in the Evangeline Parish near Mamou.
    N. Guillory was found near interstate 10 in Eagan.

    Hope that helps.
     
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  3. Justiceforever

    Justiceforever New Member

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    Here's a pic of BSL
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  4. Justiceforever

    Justiceforever New Member

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    Justiceforever New Member

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    Here is the post by Harmony2 that I brought over from the Mickey Shunick thread.



    link

    Thanks Harmony2 [QUOTE/]
     
  6. Justiceforever

    Justiceforever New Member

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    Well here it says that based on a home search they don't think he's connected to any other crimes in the are. So maybe this thread is for naught?

    http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2012/10/drivers_license_of_missing_tex.html

    Hamilton did confirm that Lavergne is not considered a suspect in any local disappearances or unsolved crimes.
    "We didn't find anything else to suggest any other crimes committed in the Acadiana area," he said.
     
  7. shadowraiths

    shadowraiths LISK Liaison, Verified Forensic Psychology Special Staff Member Moderator

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    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    BSL was incarcerated from Feb 2000-Aug 2008. His timeline fits with only the last three killings.

    [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=8172548&postcount=1"]Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community - View Single Post - BSL - More Victims????[/ame]


    Personally, I don't think he's a good suspect for Necole's murder, mainly because he made an effort to conceal the bodies of his known victims. Mickey Shunick was partially buried in a remote cemetery. Lisa Pate was found under some boards on the back of a property in rural Acadia Parish.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/mickey-shu...identified-louisiana-police/story?id=16977387

    http://theadvocate.com/news/3390194-123/acadia-grand-jury-had-looked

    The caustic soda might be a clue to an offshore employee, but in SWLA that could be one of thousands.
     
  10. bessie

    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    MAP here.

    Necole is included in another MAP I put together of possible BSL victims, i.e., missing/murdered after he was released from prison and prior to his arrest for Mickey's murder.
     
  11. Justiceforever

    Justiceforever New Member

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    Would caustic soda be detectible by forensics? Has it been reported that it was used?
     
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    CriminalMinds New Member

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    yes it would be detectable--it causes a whitening of bones and causes them to become fragile, crushable to the touch--it also degrades the organic matter and collagen found in bones
     

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