Fugitives wanted by Louisiana police arrested in upstate NY
WALLKILL, N.Y. (AP) - Police in the Hudson Valley say they've arrested two fugitives from Louisiana, one who was wanted on a second-degree murder charge.
Mount Hope police officers received a report of a suspicious couple looking into cars outside Otisville on Wednesday afternoon. The Times Herald-Record reports the two were identified as 33-year-old Kristan Broussard and 30-year-old Ursula Bourque, both of whom are wanted by police in Louisiana.
Broussard was wanted on a second-degree murder charge, while Bourque was wanted on a parole violation.
Police announced the details of the arrest Wednesday afternoon at the state police barracks in Wallkill. Broussard and Bourque are awaiting extradition to the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office.
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