Police say the remains of a murder victim were riddled with bullets and dumped in a lake. Now, they say they have arrested the suspected killed.
Police say Grant shot Borris Williams, 24, before taking his body across the Red River and dumping it in Lake Bistineau, Lousiana, ArkLaTex reported.
Williams’ body was found by a fisherman in the lake on Oct. 10, and police say it was riddled with bullets, according to ArkLaTex.
Shreveport police said they were led to the crime scene, which was a home on Lufkin Street in Stoner Hill, Louisiana. There, they say Grant and Williams used to live together, ArkLaTex reported.
POlice have not said what led Grant to allegedly shoot Williams.
Grant was convicted of resisting a police officer with force or violence in February 2017 and given a two-year suspended sentence that was revoked in January 2018, according to ArkLaTex.
In January 2019, he accepted a plea deal in which he pleaded guilty to aggravated criminal damage to property in exchange for dismissal of assault by drive-by shooting, and he was sentenced to three years at a hard labor camp, ArkLaTex reported.