Two indicted for 'horrendous' camp site murder

Kye Boudreaux (Source: Facebook)
Kye Boudreaux (Source: Facebook)

IBERVILLE PARISH, LA (WAFB) - An Iberville Parish grand jury has indicted two men in the case involving the armed robbery and murder of Kye Boudreaux that happened May 7, 2014.

Boudreaux was found shot to death on May 7 in what was described as a "horrendous scene." Sheriff Brett Stassi reported Boudreaux's body was found at a camp off Grand River in Plaquemine. Detectives said Boudreaux was shot in the head.

Investigators first found Boudreaux's empty boat drifting in the bayou near Jack Miller Landing in Plaquemine around 5:30 a.m. on May 7. They found Boudreaux's pickup truck and trailer in a sugar cane field in Plaquemine about two hours later. They say someone tried to burn the truck and trailer, but were not successful.

While investigators were on the scene where the truck was found, the sheriff got a chilling call from Boudreaux's parents, saying to come to their family camp in Grand River because they had just found their son shot to death.

Detrell Scott, 22, and Darrell Georgetown Jr., 26, both of Plaquemine were both arrested in connection to the murder.

Georgetown has been indicted on charges of obstruction of justice and accessory after the fact to second degree murder.

Scott has been indicted on charges of second degree murder and armed robbery. He was arrested the day of the murder.

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