La. Football Watch Party Ends In Murder-Suicide
Four people are dead - three brothers and a suspected shooter - in an apparent murder-suicide in rural Louisiana.
Four people are dead in what appears to be a murder-suicide in Baker, Louisiana, just outside of Baton Rouge.
According to WVLA, the four men were watching an LSU football game at a mutual friend's house when they got into a fight over the music that was playing. (Video via WVLA)
Sixty-year-old Rodney Chemin reportedly left the party after midnight, and three brothers — Joseph Allen, Perry Allen and Mark Allen — followed Chemin to his house.
It was there that Chemin allegedly shot and killed the three brothers before turning the gun on himself.
WBRZ says the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's office is still investigating the incident.
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