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Officers with the Lafayette Police Department responded to a shooting incident in the 700 Blk of Voorhies Street.

Posted: Nov 13, 2020 8:37 AM
Updated: Dec 2, 2020 5:45 PM

UPDATE: Lafayette, La – Two juvenile male suspects were taken into custody by the Louisiana’s Western District United States Marshal’s Violent Offender Task Force.

Each suspect is charged with 2 counts of 1st Degree Murder.

They will be booked into the Lafayette Juvenile Detention Center.


UPDATE: 11/13/2020- Lafayette, La. – In reference to the shooting that occurred in the 700 Blk of Voorhies Street in the early morning hours of November 13, Lafayette Police Department detectives are now investigating this incident as a double homicide. Curley Domingue, 18 of Lafayette and Diontrell Celestine, 18 of Lafayette were the victims of the shooting. If anyone has any information about this crime, they are urged to contact the Lafayette Police Department. This is an ongoing investigation.


On November 13, 2020 at approximately 2:45 am, officers with the Lafayette Police Department responded to a shooting incident in the 700 Blk of Voorhies Street. Once on scene, officers located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Medical assistance was provided to the victims prior to them being transported to a local hospital. The conditions of the victims are unknown at this time. This investigation is ongoing.

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