The body of a missing Calcasieu Parish man has been found after his alleged killer led deputies to where he left his body, authorities said.
Justin Grantham was last seen on March 27. His father reported him missing on April 11.
Both Calcasieu and Beauregard Parish deputies searched for Grantham. A major break came when Grantham’s vehicle was found in Beauregard Parish.
Beauregard Sheriff Ricky Moses said a man, identified as Randall Paul Langley, had been spotted with his vehicle.
Langley was arrested Tuesday, April 18, for possession of stolen things, Moses said.
During questioning later in the week, Moses said Langley admitted to killing Grantham around the time he was last seen in late March.
Langley told deputies where he left Grantham’s body. With several agencies involved, deputies discovered his body Friday around noon in Longville in the Barnes Creek area.
Langley is being charged with second-degree murder.
We're told by the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Office, Randall Langley's father has also faced a second degree murder charge before. Randal J. Langley pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife in 2013.
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