Posted: Aug 17, 2010 10:45 PM by Jim Hummel
Updated: Aug 4, 2011 5:42 PM
News of a second arrest in the murder case of pizza deliveryman Tim Falgout has re-opened the wounds for the victim's family.
"It's heartbreak all over again," said Falgout's sister, Lindy Soileau.
41 year old Marcus Feast of Lafayette has been charged with principle to 1st degree murder in the case. He's suspected of driving a Gold Mercedes Benz seen in video surveillance following Falgout before his murder. The video was captured by a homeowner in the 300-block of Chemin Metairie in Youngsville, about a quarter of a mile away from where Falgout was found stabbed to death.
Soileau and the rest of Falgout's family were informed of the arrest Tuesday afternoon. Soileau says they're grateful to the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office and the community for all the support.
"We just pray that we can move on and justice can start being served," said Soileau.
Feast is being held on $100,000 bond at the Lafayette Parish jail. Deputies will not rule out the possibility that there could be more arrests down the road.