Second man indicted in fatal shooting at Liberty Arsenal gun store

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A Rapides Parish grand jury returned an indictment Tuesday on charges of second-degree murder and attempted armed robbery against Laquarus Dyon Augustine in the May 7 fatal shooting at Liberty Arsenal.

A request to raise Augustine's bail to $6 million already has been granted, according to online Rapides Parish Clerk of Court records.

The new bail is $5 million on the second-degree murder charge and $1 million on the attempted armed robbery charge.

A Rapides Parish grand jury returned on Tuesday an indictment on charges of second-degree murder and attempted armed robbery against Laquarus Dyon Augustine in the May 7 fatal shooting at Liberty Arsenal.
A Rapides Parish grand jury returned on Tuesday an indictment on charges of second-degree murder and attempted armed robbery against Laquarus Dyon Augustine in the May 7 fatal shooting at Liberty Arsenal.

The shooting at the Deville-area store on La. Highway 28 East killed owner David Paul and critically injured his brother, Michael Paul.

Ramonte Lamar Jackson already has been indicted on a charge of first-degree murder. He has pleaded not guilty.

This story will be updated.

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This article originally appeared on Alexandria Town Talk: Laquarus Augustine indicted in fatal shooting at Liberty Arsenal

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