(WAFB) An alleged armed robbery suspect who was shot and killed by a homeowner had prior criminal convictions and had only been out of jail for 11 days.
According to the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, Terione Dominique Williams was shot and killed on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The shooter told deputies that Williams forced his way in the home and attempted to rob everyone at gunpoint.
At only 19-years-old, Williams had two criminal convictions. One of the charges occurred when he was a juvenile. Although those juvenile cases are sealed and unavailable to public record, the case was transferred to the 19th Judicial District Court and he was prosecuted as an adult.
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