The man wanted by Lafayette police in connection with a deadly October shooting is now in custody.

Grand Coteau police arrested Abram Landry on Saturday on warrants out of Lafayette. He is now in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center on a second-degree murder charge. Landry, 20, was also wanted on bench warrants and a simple burglary charge. His bond on the murder charge is $350,000.

Abram Landry (Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office)
Abram Landry (Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office)
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Landry is accused of shooting and killing Shayne Burke. According to Lafayette police, Landry shot Burke outside a home on Peach Street near Twelfth Street. When officers arrived at the scene, they found Burke alive. He later died at the hospital.

If convicted, Landry would face a life sentence.

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