JPSO books 2nd suspect in Metairie quadruple-murder
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office arrested an additional suspect in the murder of four people at a Metairie apartment complex last week. Authorities booked 52-year-old Terry Manuel, of Kenner, Saturday as an accessory after the fact in last Wednesday's slaying of four people in the 2500 block of Pasadena Ave.
The sheriff's office last week arrested 19-year-old Armande Stephen Tart for the killings. Investigators say Tart fatally shot Rosemary Charles, John Edward Henry, and Kyle Turner, as well as fatally stabbed Harold Frisard. The sheriff said they believe Tart wanted to steal drugs and money.
"We learned that (Manuel) was called by Armande Tart from the scene on Pasadena immediately after the killing of Harold Frisard," said Sheriff Normand.
"Armande Tart desired that Terry Manuel pick him up in the Uptown area of New Orleans early that morning," the sheriff continued, "actually wanted him to pick him up an meet him originally in the Pasadena area."
A fifth victim, a 33-year-old woman, is recovering after being shot in the face.