EAST FELICIANA PARISH, LA (WAFB) - Detectives in East Feliciana Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish worked together on several murder investigations they determined to be connected. The FBI was contacted for assistance in the case.
Four men were shot within a 25-mile area. Three of them were killed.
Ryan Sharpe was arrested on Wednesday, October 11 in connection with the four shootings.
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