April 29, 2005
Reported by KPLC Staff
As of Friday afternoon, authorities are still on the scene of an apparent homicide in Oakdale.
Very little information is available, but the Oakdale Police Department says it is investigating a body found in the 600 block of Bernice Street as a homicide.
According to the Oakdale Police Chief, no one has been arrested, and there are no suspects, at this time.
Oakdale police have been working closely with the Allen Parish Sheriff's Office after a call came in late Thursday night regarding a body found in a home on Bernice Street.
We will have more information as it becomes available on KPLC and kplctv.com.
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