The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/ROGhxD ) detectives found the wallet and driver's license of Madeline Aumiller in a search of Lavergne's home on July 5.
Detectives tracked down the woman's brother, who said that she had been living with him but that he had asked her to move out "due to too many problems he could not deal with," according to the case file.
Anything else he may be convicted of in the future would stand on its own and not be subject to this plea agreement, no matter what state it happened in.
There won't be much "burden of proof" necessary in Texas. That you can be sure of.
quote:"I guess the fish doesn't taste so fishy this time. That's it for Channel 4 news. Stay classy, San Diego."
On an unrelated note, did you happen to notice some of the "related article" links...."Man gets cooked to death at tuna plant"??!!
It was my understanding that the sentencing was for the state of Louisiana. If Texas tries him and finds him guilty, they can fry his ass. Correct me if I'm wrong