Possible double-homicide suspect arrested after high-speed chase
St. FRANCISVILLE – Authorities confirmed that multiple law enforcement agencies were involved in a high speed chase Saturday night that ended in a crash near the Mississippi state line.
St. Francisville Police Chief Scott Ford told WBRZ News 2 that Louisiana State Police arrested a man named Derrick Siner around 6 p.m. Ford said Siner may be a suspect in a double homicide in the St. Martinville area.
Ford said the suspect crashed his vehicle in the Laurel Hill area but is safe and unharmed.
This is a developing story. Stay tuned to WBRZ News 2 online and on Facebook and Twitter for more updates as new information becomes available.
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