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Sep 8, 2010 3:50 PM by Kate Mundy

Person of Interest Sought in Quadruple Homicide


The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office is looking for a person of interest in the quadruple homicide near Lake Charles. Authorities are looking for 52-year old Lee Roy Williams.  

Williams is a black male who is between 6' 2" and 6' 3" and weighs approximately 350 - 400 pounds.  He is also known as "Big Lee" and "BigMan."   He is the owner of the vehicle authorities have been searching for.

A BOLO has been issued for a 2000 Ford XLT Explorer, 4 door, blue in color, with Mississippi License Plate #LCE 755.  This Ford Explorer was frequently seen at the mobile home where the quadruple homicide occurred.

Williams was last seen with the four victims Friday evening prior to the murders and has not been seen since that time.

Williams has prior arrests and convictions for involuntary manslaughter and breaking/entering in North Carolina; and larceny and forgery arrests and convictions in Mississippi.  He is a known crack cocaine user and frequents areas known for drug activity.  He has been described as being a transient and has known to frequent homeless shelters and food centers.

A warrant for Williams' arrest for possession of CDS II (an unrelated charge) has been signed by Judge David Ritchie with a bond of $25,000.

Four people were brutally killed at 5859 Tom Hebert Rd., Lot #70 in Lake Charles.

The victims are: Jessica M. Eugene, 26; Crystal Dawn Fruge, 28; Kendrick Warren Lavergne, 29; Terry Lynn Banks, 19.                  

Monday, September 6th the mother of one of the victims went to the mobile home because she had not heard from her daughter in a couple of days.  When she entered the mobile home she saw a body lying on the floor by the door.  At that point she left the trailer and called 911 at which time CPSO deputies arrived at the scene.  Deputies entered the trailer where they discovered four bodies in different rooms in the mobile home.

If anyone has information please call Crimestoppers at (337) 439-2222 or (800) 737-8677 or the Sheriff's Office at (337) 491-3605.

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