3 of 4 ambush attack suspects caught; one still wanted
UPDATE: Randall Delay was located by the sheriff's office Thursday, October 19. Donald Leonard and Tracey Collins were located earlier in the month. Deputies are still seeking Julia Oswald.
LIVINGSTON PARISH - The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office is seeking four individuals after a man allegedly escaped an ambush attack by jumping through a window.
According to the sheriff's office, the victim was found in the 16000 block of Ruth Dr. Monday. Deputies say he was partially clothed, covered in blood, and running through the neighborhood.
After he was taken to a hospital, the victim told officers he had been lured to Livingston Parish by two women. Once he arrived at the home of one of those women, he claims two men violently attacked him. The victim went on to say that he only escaped by jumping through a window.
The sheriff's office is seeking the following four suspects in connection with the attack:
Donald Leonard, 35, of Springfield - Attempted second-degree murder
Julia Oswald, 35, of Walker - Principal to attempted second-degree murder
Tracey Collins, 28, of Walker - Principal to attempted second-degree murder
Randall Delay, 28, of Holden - Attempted second-degree murder
Anyone with any information is encouraged to call the sheriff's office at 225-686-2241.
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