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Triple-murder suspect pleads not guilty to murder one

Tommy Lee Wison, 58, Tuesday pleaded not guilty to three counts of first degree murder in the stabbing deaths of three people found in their Lafourche Circle home in July.

Tommy Lee Wison, 58, Tuesday pleaded not guilty to three counts of  first degree murder in the stabbing deaths of three people found in theirLafourche Circle home in July.

The three people, Irene Ellison, 78, her daughter Carisa Ellison,41, and Bryan Wilson, 58, were found dead inside the home by Shreveport Police officers after receiving a 911 call from a family member on July 18.

Wilson’s arrest came after a week-long investigation by SPD detectives.  He was first charged with
three counts of second degree murder, but on Sept. 18, a Caddo Parish grand jury indicted him on the first degree murder charges.

Shreveport attorney Elton Richey, with the Capital Assistance Project of Louisiana (CAPOLA) is heading up Wilson’s defense team.

Wilson will be back in Caddo District Court on Nov. 14.



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