Assistant principal indicted on pregnant woman's murder
BATON ROUGE – The assistant principal of a Baton Rouge magnet school was indicted Wednesday for the murder of a pregnant woman.
According to District Attorney Hillar Moore, 39-year-old Robert Marks, who is married, is accused of shooting Lyntell Washington. The two were allegedly having an affair and Washington was pregnant with Marks’ child.
Baton Rouge Police found Washington’s blood spattered car in June. Her three-year-old daughter was found wandering the street nearby.
One week later, Washington was found dead in Iberville Parish. Marks is now on leave from Brookstown Middle Magnet School.
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