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One of the Vermilion Parish facing the death penalty in the 2014 killing of a sheriff's deputy will now spend the rest of his life in prison after pleading guilty Thursday. The guilty plea by Quintylan Richard came on the second anniversary of Deputy Allen Bares Jr.'s death on June 23, 2013. Comment?
Advocate staff photo by DANIEL ERATH -- Sippin' in Seersucker. Sarah Elizabeth Dewey, Jolie Bensen Hamilton, Ariel Wilson, L. Kasimu Harris The calendar tells us differently, but we are decidedly in a summer state of mind. Comment?
The House Labor and Industrial Relations Committee deadlocked in a 6-6 vote on Thursday, keeping the measure stalled in committee and unable to get a full House vote. Rep. Marcus Hunter, D-Monroe, called his House Bill 545 a "safety precaution" for victims, describing his proposals as protecting victims from discrimination. Comment?
Instead of sitting idly and enjoying their early District 8-3A lead for the Easter holidays, Erath's baseball team went back to work to gauge itself against Crowley, one of the state's top Class 4A teams. The Bobcats showed they were primed for the challenge, early and again late, after the Gents rallied to tie the game after six innings. Comment?
Three former and two current employees of the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office have pleaded guilty to their roles in beating inmates at the Iberia Parish Jail, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Tuesday. Robert E. Burns, 46, of Youngsville; Byron Benjamin Lassalle, 34, of Erath; Wade Bergeron, 40, of Milton; Bret Klein Broussard, 35, of Broussard; and Wesley Hayes, 36, of St. Martinville, each pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of deprivation of civil rights. Comment?
Boynton Beach, Florida -- Shower Head Fabulous, a new company, began selling a hand shower in July of 2015. This item being sold exclusively on Amazon has started to receive market feedback with mostly positive reviews and few critics' reviews. Comment?
Advocate staff photo by JOHN McCUSKER -- Michaela Harrison performs a heart wrenching spiritual in front of the Hurricane Katrina Memorial on Canal Street Friday, August 29, 2014. Nearly 100 unclaimed flood victims are entombed there. Comment?
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