New Orleans police finally have suspects in custody related to the brutal carjacking and murder of Linda Frickey.
Frickey, who was 73 years, was drug by the vehicle for a block.
Police have arrested four teenagers for the crime.
A witness who saw the carjacking take place described a brutal death for Frickey.
He stated, “I got out of my vehicle screaming ‘stop stop you are dragging someone.’ He took off with the vehicle. Still dragging her. Reckless. No care for human beings at all.”
According to police, Frickey’s arm was ripped off during the attack.
The four suspects left the scene in Frickey’s 2021 Gray Nissan Kicks.
The #NOPD is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying and locating 4 suspects wanted for the homicide that occurred today, shortly after 1:30 P.M., in the 300 block of N Scott Street. if you have any information please contact @CrimestopperGNO at 504-822-1111 pic.twitter.com/p1XklFVp4L
— NOPD (@NOPDNews) March 22, 2022
The suspects are reportedly all teenagers: 17-year-old male, 16-year-old female, and two 15-year-old-females.
New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Shaun Ferguson stated it was actually the parents who came forward to help apprehend the suspects.
He stated, “Within an hour after the first video release, we had parents at our police station.”
Frickey’s sister-in-law, Kathy Richard, stated, “It is disgusting.
“When is it going to stop? That is what they target? Old ladies.
“It is cowardly. It’s evil. The parents need to be held accountable.”
It is unlikely the parents will be held accountable, but at least they did the right thing and identified them to the police.
Source: The Blaze