Former LSU player arrested after reacting to cousins' recent murders
Port Allen, La — A former LSU safety is locked up on charges after reacting the murder of two of his relatives in Port Allen.
According to the Sheriff's Office, Norman Lejeune is booked on public intimidation, resisting arrest, and making terror threat charges after deputies say he was driving on a Port Allen street, threating to blow up houses.
The threats were in response to the murder of two of his cousins - E'tan Irving and Justin Warner were shot and killed over the past two weeks.
Irving was shot to death just after midnight on Sunday at the Racetrac gas station in Port Allen. Carl Richardson, 23, was arrested in that murder.
Carl Richardson's brother, Marcus Richardson, 22, is charged with killing Warner. It happened at an Exxon gas station.