Sep 13, 2010 4:58 PM by Kate Mundy
The suspect being held for a quadruple murder in Lake Charles has two court appearances Tuesday. Lee Roy Williams Junior, is currently being held in the Calcasieu Correctional Center on five million dollars bond.
Williams was captured Thursday in Baton Rouge after a standoff with police. He's accused of trying to run over a deputy as he tried to drive off.
Tuesday he's scheduled for a right to counsel court appearance in Baton Rouge for two counts of attempted first degree murder that resulted from his attempted run from authorities.
Williams also has a right to counsel appointment Tuesday in Lake Charles for a drug charge and a material witness warrant for the quadruple homicide.
The court is required to appoint a lawyer for Williams, if he doesn't find one on his own.
Williams was first named a person of interest after the bodies of Terry Lynn Banks, 19: Jessica M. Eugene, 26; Crystal Dawn Fruge, 28; and Kendrick Warren Lavergne, 29 were found. The four were brutally killed at 5859 Tom Hebert Rd., Lot #70 in Lake Charles on Monday September 6th.