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Authorities in Louisiana on Tuesday arrested a man accused of the murder of his wife and her friend in 1989, according to the report.
Alexandria resident Robert Blair, 71, is facing two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the death of his wife, Isabelle, and her friend, Mary Coutee,
Robert “Bobby” Blair faces life in prison if he is convicted and sentenced for first-degree murder.
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The Fast and the Parish Sheriff’s Office, said She has split up with her husband in July of 1989. Also around this time that she was in a vehicle with Coutee and the two of them were never seen again.
The case remained unsolved for 30 years. Just two months ago, deputies received a tip that the re-opening of the investigation, the KALB-TV reported.
While the researchers were looking for a house that formerly belonged to the family, He found them to be a Nissan truck that matched the description of a vehicle She has, and Coutee was last seen, according to the station.
He was booked in Quickly, and the Parish Detention Center on Tuesday, the Town Talk reported. He remains in custody on a $2 million bond.
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Maj. Mark’s Baths, in which it was originally assigned to the case, he said He’s arrest provides some closure.
“It feels really good. I work in the child’s best interests. As you know, in my career, I have always had the target in front of the door — to the victim and his family,” Baden said. “What’s really sad is both of the victims’ parents have died in the meantime. We didn’t quite make it in time.”
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The sheriff’s office has not said whether he has found the woman’s remains. He faces life in prison if he is convicted on the charges.