Police locate girl, 13, sought in Raising Cane's armed robbery, murder
KENNER - A female passenger who was wanted in connection with a deadly armed robbery at a Raising Cane's on Williams Boulevard has been located.
Friday, a 13-year-old girl, accompanied by her parents, turned herself in to police. The girl said she was the female passenger inside the suspect vehicle when the robbery-murder occurred. Shift manager, 21-year-old Taylor Friloux, was fatally stabbed during the incident, police said.
"(T)he juvenile did not have knowledge prior to its commission, was an unwilling participant, and only learned what was going to occur once the perpetrators arrived at the location and announced to her that they were robbing the store," said a statement from Kenner Police.
No charges have been filed against the girl.
So far, five people people have been arrested, including Josh Every, who is believed to have fatally stabbed Friloux.
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