Accused murderer busted a year after killing
HAMMOND- An elaborate takedown got an accused murderer locked up after being on the run for over a year Friday.
Hammond Police said they received a tip that Terry Landry, 20, was in Metairie. Landry was wanted in connection with the murder of Raphael Garrison at an apartment near Southeastern last year.
Landry was found at an apartment and was arrested by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's office, the Louisiana Attorney General Fugitive Task Force, DEA, and the U.S. Marshall's task force.
Richard Hudson, 20, also faces charges in connection with the murder.
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