Sunday 19 May 2019

Additional Arrest In 2017 La Grange Murder Investigation

A new suspect is arrested and charged in connection to a 2017 triple murder in La Grange.  The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office reports 23-year-old Terrance Outlaw, Jr. of La Grange has been charged with Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery.  Detectives with the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division reportedly found evidence showing Outlaw conspired with the other two suspects, Tiquon Brown and Shonquez Robinson, to commit the November 12th, 2017 robbery on the 300 block of W. Queen Street in La Grange.  Brown and Robinson have both been charged with two open counts of Murder, one count of Attempted Murder and one count of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.  One of the decedents at the scene, Jerrell M. Pridgen of Goldsboro, is believed to have been another of the suspects that attempted to commit the robbery.  The two other victims killed in the botched robbery were identified as John W. Johnson, Jr. of Sumter, SC and Roderick W. Gillett of La Grange.  The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate the case.  Anyone with information on the crime is asked to call the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division at 252-559-6140.

Terrance Outlaw, Jr.

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