A Franklin murder suspect has officially been booked on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of 37-year-old Chiquita Lumpkin.
The Franklin Police Department says that 36-year-old Trinity Coleman was arrested and booked on one count of second-degree murder and two counts of attempted second-degree murder on Wednesday, September 18.
Coleman was identified as a person of interest in connection with the September 2 shooting death of Chiquita Lumpkin.
Police say they responded at 8 am that morning to reports of a shooting in the area of Scottie and Pine Streets. According to police, Lumpkin was shot and killed at her residence.
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Coleman was arrested by the Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff's Office after a high-speed pursuit ended on I-10 near Welsh on Monday, September 2.
Following that arrest, Coleman was booked into the Jeff Davis Parish Jail on charges of attempted second degree murder and Illegal carrying / discharge of weapons.
Franklin Police say that Coleman remains incarcerated in the Jeff Davis Parish Jail.
To read more on Coleman's previous arrest: Suspect in high-speed chase, Franklin homicide identified