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New Orleans police ask anyone with ...
New Orleans police ask anyone with information about this killing to contact lead Detective Darrell Doucette at 504.658.5300 or Crimestoppers at 504.822.1111.
Homicide detective Darrell Doucette ...
Homicide detective Darrell Doucette Jr. is in charge of the investigation and anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Crimestoppers at 504.822.1111.
Homicide Detective Darrell Doucette ...
Homicide Detective Darrell Doucette Jr. is in charge of the investigation, and police ask anyone who has any information about the shootings to call Crimestoppers at 504.822.1111 or toll-free at 877.903.7867.
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Wearing orange jail scrubs, Peterson, who ...
Wearing orange jail scrubs, Peterson, who could face the death penalty in what authorities call a domestic-violence killing, sat at the defense table in Orleans Criminal District Court, staring at NOPD Homicide Detective Darrell Doucette Jr. on the witness stand.
Many pieces of evidence linked Peterson, Doucette
said, but instrumental in the case was a video shot near the scene of the murders in Gentilly.
Two witnesses who had each known Peterson for several years identified him as the man seen in the video, Doucette
Public defender Christopher Murell tried to poke holes in the police's case, asking whether Doucette
had searched Peterson's house or run DNA tests on any clothing.
checked the hotel records, which he
said showed Peterson was lying.
contacted the woman, she
said Peterson had called her
the evening of the murders and asked if she
had any 9mm bullets.
told him she
did not and asked why a convicted felon, who is not supposed to be in possession of a firearm, would be trying to get ammunition.
"Peterson has a long history of ...
"Peterson has a long history of domestic violence against women and numerous arrests for domestic violence," lead NOPD Detective Darrell Doucette said when the department announced Peterson's arrest.