Acadia Parish Officials Still Trying To Solve Homicide Case
Back on May 18, two people were fatally stabbed to death in a home on Noah Daigle Drive.
Officials with Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers are hoping that someone, somewhere knows something about this crime, but most importantly, that if that person does know something, that they will come forward with that information.
This terrible crime happened on a Monday evening in the town of Richard which is just west of the Crowley area.
John and Lois Guillory were both found stabbed to death near the home. Acadia Parish Sheriff K.P. Gibson says that Lois was John Guillory's sister-in-law, and she would often go over to his house to check in on him. Both of the victims were 71-years-old at the time they were slain.
When interviewed by our news partners at KATC, Dosa Paul Guillory, John's brother had this to say,
You know, you see it happening on TV. You just never think it would happen to your family, but it happened. So, if anybody has any kind of information they could bring forward to the police department to let us know what happened, we'd like to know. Or, if anybody knows anything, just something that you might think that's harmless or worthless might be something that would give the cops information to be able to solve this case.
And that is what officials with the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers program are hoping will happen.
There are two ways to give information anonymously so that no one ever knows that you were the one that gave that information.
The first way to give up anonymous information is to call the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers line at 337-789-TIPS(8477).
The second way to share information anonymously is to download and use the P3 app to send information to police.
If you're the first person to give information to authorities that leads to an arrest in this case, then you could get up to a thousand dollars cash for that information.