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As a former college football player, is accused of killing three people at random from the previous month, in New Orleans, La., the district has been refused bail on Tuesday.
Sean Barrette, 22, was charged with first-and second-degree murder involving the death of three men in the towns and cities of Metairie and Kenner, between June 17 and 18, and is suspected of shooting three other people.
It is also connected to a fourth died in New Orleans, but it has not yet been arrested in the case, according to WWL-TV.
Sean Barrette, 22, was denied bail on Tuesday, after he allegedly killed three people in Louisiana in the last month.
(The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office)
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A judge in the Jefferson Parish denied bond for a Barrette at as a possible cause hearing. An assistant to the public prosecutor’s office, described him as a ” threat to the community.
Sheriff Joseph Lopinto said at a press conference in June that the government had “not been able to make a connection between the victim and the accused. … I think he’s actually picking his victims at random, shooting them in the street.
Barrette reportedly killed Jesse Cadalzo, 22, for the record, Manuel Caronia, 45, Who Robeau, 57.
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A cell phone was found at the crime scenes have been traced to the Barrette, according to the sheriff, who added that the Barrette had “a history of mental health problems, including two of the requirements for the treatment, in December and in the month of April.
One of the Robeau’s daughters, Nicole, told WWL-TV that the death of her father, “actually, it just destroyed my life and took the great man away from us.”
“It was really hard for me, because my father was like my best friend,” she said. “It’s not real to them, as if it really happened.”
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Barrette played football at the University of South Alabama, Mississippi State, and Southern Louisiana, the University, in accordance with AL.com.
Barrette was arrested without incident at his parents ‘ home. If convicted on the murder charges, he could reportedly face the death penalty. Bond for the other charges, including two counts of obstruction of justice and aggravated criminal damage to property, determined on the more than $2.5 million.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.