Fourth suspect arrested in murder of Raising Cane's shift manager
NEW ORLEANS - A fourth suspect has been arrested in connection with the stabbing death of a Raising Cane’s shift manager during an armed robbery, WWL reports.
Kenner Police identified Ariana Yanni Runner, 22, of Reserve as the fourth suspect.
Kenner Police Chief Michael Glaser said the third suspect, 18-year-old Gregory Donald Jr., of Kenner, was arrested Thursday near his home.
Police said 21-year-old Taylor Friloux, a shift manager at a Raising Canes, died at a hospital from stab wounds to the head, neck and chest she received in the robbery early Wednesday morning. Authorities said she was stabbed at least eight times.
Glaser says Donald, along with 23-year-old Joshua Every and 24-year-old Mark Crocklen Jr. face charges of first-degree murder, which can bring the death penalty; three counts of armed robbery; conspiracy to commit armed robbery and several other charges.
Glaser says police are attempting to identify others who are involved in the crime.
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