Grand jury indicts accused East Feliciana killer on murder, attempted murder charges
EAST FELICIANA PARISH- A grand jury has indicted alleged killer Ryan Sharpe in connection with three separate shootings that left two men dead and another wounded in East Feliciana Parish.
On Monday, the jury indicted Sharpe on charges of first-degree murder, second-degree murder and attempted murder. Sharpe, 36, confessed to the murders of three men and the shooting of a fourth over the course of several weeks along the municipal line between East Feliciana and East Baton Rouge Parishes.
Sharpe was arrested in a massive takedown back in October. He is now indicted in the murders of Brad DeFranceschi and Tommy Bass, as well as the shooting of Buck Hornsby. Hornsby is the lone survivor in the string of shootings and had known the accused killer before he was attacked.
12 people have just been chosen to serve on the East Feliciana Grand Jury for the next 6 mos., including Ryan Sharpe hearing today— Michael Vinsanau (@MVinsanau) November 13, 2017
Sharpe will be back in court soon to face charges for the murder of Carroll Breeden in East Baton Rouge Parish.
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