Man shot and killed by Bossier police had long criminal history

By Josh Marcisz |, Nancy Cook |

Published 06/13 2014 05:33PM

Updated 06/13 2014 09:38PM

Larry Allan Jerrils, a 58-year-old Michigan man shot and killed by Bossier City Police Thursday night after robbing a Payless shoe store has a lengthy criminal record in the state of Michigan.

1973 - Grand Rapids, convicted of receiving stolen property, a felony, and sentenced to 75 days in jail.

1974 - Newaygo County, convicted of bank robbery, sentenced to 4 to 10 years, served 8 years.
1983 - Kent County, found guilty of breaking and entering a building, sentenced to $300 probation.

1990 - Kent County, found guilty of armed robbery, sentenced to 10 to 30 years in prison.

2000 - Kent County, found guilty of 1st degree felony home invasion and 1st degree criminal sexual conduct (rape), sentenced to 5 to 15 years, currently on parole.

2014 - Kent County, arrested for larceny, case has not been settled.

A spokesman with the Michigan Department of Corrections says Jerrils was paroled on September 11th, 2012 to Kent County.

Jerrils met with his parole agent on June 4th, 2014 and removed his GPS locator the next day. His parole agent was notified and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

On Monday, June 9th, investigators with the Grand Rapids Police Department visited Jerrils' family members in an effort to locate him. Family members told police he may have been headed to Florida where he has a daughter.

(WOOD-TV, an NBC affiliate in Grand Rapids, Michigan contributed to this report. Photo courtesy: Michigan Department of Corrections)

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