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Sherwood Forest Blvd, identifies suspect and victim in connection with homicide investigation

Sherwood Forest Blvd, identifies suspect and victim in connection with homicide investigation

Sherwood Forest Blvd

 Sherwood Forest Blvd, identifies suspect and victim in connection with homicide investigation
Sherwood Forest Blvd, identifies suspect and victim in connection with homicide investigation

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Baton Rouge, Los Angeles – The fatal car stabbing of a woman in Baton Rouge was broadcast live on social media, Baton Rouge police said.

Earl Lee Johnson Jr., 35, has been arrested on a murder complaint after Monday’s car attack along South Sherwood Forest Street, near its intersection with Newcastle Street.

The victim is Janice David, 34, of Baton Rouge. The nature of the relationship between the spouses was not immediately known.

Police say a multi-day drug frenzy ended with a Baton Rouge man stabbing a woman multiple times in a horrific attack that was broadcast live online.

“Johnson was involved in a car theft and was arrested and arrested for car theft and an aggravated flight from an officer,” says BRPD.

Johnson, Jr. is charged with first degree murder in connection with the murder at S. Sherwood Forest Blvd.

The investigation is still open at this time.

Johnson was already arrested on a stolen car complaint when police learned of the murder. McNeely said someone reported a car theft around 5 p.m. Monday.
Officers later found Johnson driving and arrested him after a short chase. While in custody, the BRPD learned of the appeal.

According to the BRPD, someone watched a video of the attack from a Facebook live stream and reported it to Facebook, which in turn notified the Louisiana State Police.

Troopers contacted deputies for the parish of East Baton Rouge, who reported it to Baton Rouge police.

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