Fourth victim identified in quadruple homicide - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Fourth victim identified in quadruple homicide

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) - The four victims from Monday's quadruple homicide at the Fairview North Trailer Park were identified by authorities on Tuesday.

The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Department says that 28-year-old Crystal Dawn Fruge, 29-year-old Kendrick Warren Lavergne, 19-year-old Terry Lynn Banks and 26-year-old Jessica M. Eugene were found murdered in a mobile home off of Tom Hebert Road on Monday.

Officers say they received a call around 10 a.m. Monday morning from a woman who discovered a body near the door at the trailer.

The woman says she went to check at the trailer for her daughter because she hadn't heard from her in several days.

CPSO says they are looking for a vehicle in connection with the crime. It's a blue 2000 Ford Explorer XLT, four door, with Mississippi license plate LCE 755. The tag also says Lauderdale, for Lauderdale County, Mississippi.

We'll have more on this story as it becomes available on KPLC and on kplctv.com.

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