- Jul 1, 2012
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Interesting question. Some banks offer an automatic payment option, and if this is in place, it seems as though a box could be held indefinitely. IMO of course.
I don't have the documents with me, but as I recall, the JPSO report on BSL's visit to Ochsner referred to the NOPD. NOPD interviewed him first and called JPSO.
Well, it did also mention a lineup, so I assumed there was some sort of witness.
It could be that by CH talking to the media, she is not considered a credible witness. We don't know if BSL was involved in the June 1999 accident. CH has changed her stories over the years. I think LE had enough info without bringing her suspect testimony into play. JMO.
Perhaps he is also a writer. He may put in writing details as well as his excitement. He may even have written his plans.
However, I do think there are pics at least.
Just looked at the rso's in Lafayette parish and there are 7 with the last name Lavergne.
6 of them arrested for contact with a juvenile and one for sexual battery of the infermed.
Is Lavergne a very common name there? As common as white trucks? That seems like a lot of people with the same last name to be rso's in one Parrish.
Some of them resemble bsl to me. I know he was adopted...
I do not know if he kept trophies at the bank. At Chase, our safety deposit room was very tight and was actually attached to the safe. We were required to stay there with the customer. I could not imagine someone would keep trophies there, but I guess anything is possible.
As to the question of paying for the box, yes anyone can.
Brandon Scott Lavergne Offender info