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ERIC SCOTT RADIO | LAKE CHARLES, LA. — On March 21 at approximately 2:00 p.m. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office Safe School deputies responded in reference to a possible ‘hit list’ found at Barbe High School which contained several names of students and faculty.

After further investigation, student Patrick W. Granger, 18, was arrested on March 22 in connection with creating the ‘hit list’. At this stage of the investigation, detectives have not found that Granger had any intent or ability to carry out the act.
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Lafayette Police

ERIC SCOTT RADIO | LAFAYETTE, LA. — A registered sex offender has been booked on a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the disappearance last May of a Louisiana college student, authorities said.

St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz said Thursday night that 33-year-old Brandon Scott Lavergne, of the same parish, was booked on first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping charges by police in Lafayette, where University of Louisiana student Mickey Shunick went missing May 19.
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CiCi's Pizza

Jeffery Heard, 41, of Natchitoches passed away May 6,2012 of an unexpected, catastrophic heart attack, never showing any signs of heart problems before. His oldest son, Austin Heard, 19, an upcoming graduate of Sulphur High was informed the same day that he is in charge of his father’s burial and his belongings. Having no life insurance, funeral costs add up. You can donate at any area Capitol One Bank location with the Jeffery Heard Memorial Acct.
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AP

A third student who was wounded in a shooting rampage at an Ohio high school died Tuesday morning, according to hospital spokeswoman.

The family of Demetrius Hewlin released a statement following his death.

“We are very saddened by the loss of our son and others in our Chardon community,” Hewlin’s family said in a statement. “Demetrius was a happy young man who loved life and his family and friends.” View full article »

KREX-TV/YouTube

A Colorado high school student says he quit the school choir after an Islamic song containing the lyric “there is no truth except Allah” made it into the repertoire.

James Harper, a senior at Grand Junction High School in Grand Junction, put his objection to singing “Zikr,” a song written by Indian composer A.R. Rahman, in an email to Mesa County School District 51 officials. When the school stood by choir director Marcia Wieland’s selection, Harper said, he quit. View full article »

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