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Suicidal Suspect Ends Mayhem After Standing Over Mississippi River Bridge

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Suicidal Suspect Ends Mayhem After Standing Over Mississippi River Bridge

2017-01-21 22:07:44

On Friday, a suicidal suspect ended his life during an hours long standoff police, as he stood over the edge of high bridge over the Mississippi River. Sylvester Holt, was the suspect, part of a manhunt, after he reportedly shot Michael Louviere, an off duty officer, who was on his way home, when he stopped at a scene that looked like a traffic accident. The off duty officer found Simone Veal, the ex-girlfriend of Holt, shot to death and laying on the ground. As Louviere approached to help, he was subsequently shot in the back of the head by Holt. Holt. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand said that during the hours of negotiations with police, Holt admitted to shooting his pregnant ex-girlfriend and Louviere.

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