Extradition Hearing Set For Gonzales Man In Quintuple Killing

The Gonzales man accused of killing his parents and three other people in south Louisiana over the weekend is scheduled for an extradition hearing Friday morning.

Detectives from Ascension and Livingston parishes where the murders took place are in Richmond County, Virginia to secure evidence recovered following the arrest of 21-year-old Dakota Theriot early Sunday morning outside his grandmother's home near Warsaw.

All of Theriot's victims were shot to death. He is facing five counts of murder.

One of the victims, Tanner Earnest, was a student at Denham Springs High School. To help offset funeral expenses, students Tuesday were allowed to pay for the right to wear something other than their standard uniform.

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Man Accused Of Five Louisiana Murders Awaiting Extradition
Man Accused Of Five Louisiana Murders Awaiting Extradition
Dakota Theriot, of Gonzales, was captured early Sunday morning in Richmond County, Virginia.
Students To Remember Victim At Denham Springs High School
Students To Remember Victim At Denham Springs High School
Their focus will be on 17-year-old Tanner Earnest, who died along with his father Bill and his sister, Summer in this past weekend's quintuple shooting.

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