Jennings police continue probe of double slaying

By By Doris Maricle / American Press

JENNINGS — Police say they continue to follow up on leads and evidence in the deaths of a Jennings couple found slain in their

home last month.

The couple’s 4-year-old son was found unharmed inside the home with his slain parents’ bodies, authorities said.

Katrenna Segura Williams, 30, and her husband, Charles Williams II, 25, were found dead inside their home at 122 Seagraves

St. by a family member at about 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24.

“We need any information that may be related to the crime,” said Police Chief Todd D’Albor. Authorities have not released

information on cause of death or motive in the slayings, saying they do not want to compromise their investigation.

Police have said they are looking for “multiple suspects,” though none have been publicly identified. Evidence at the scene

indicated foul play, and multiple people were involved in the killings, D’Albor said.

The couple were found in separate parts of the home. Authorities believe the two may have been killed between late Friday,

Feb. 22, and early Saturday, Feb. 23, based on information from family and friends.

Anyone with information can call a 24-hour anonymous tip line at 337-275-9002.

The deaths were the city’s first homicides in nearly two years.