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Slain delivery driver remembered: 'He was loved by so many people' | The Times-Picayune ^ | 9/25/14 | Jonathan Bullington

Posted on 09/25/2014 1:24:56 PM PDT by BBell

It was Wednesday, they all said, and Chris should have been there.

On any other Wednesday, Richard Yeager - known as "Chris" by virtually everyone who knew him - would have been seated at the table by the small stage in the back of GrandPre's on North Rampart Street for the bar's popular karaoke night, which he co-hosted for the last few years.

Regular visitors would have had their names placed in the queue upon entrance, and would get their turns to select from the seemingly unending catalog of karaoke songs at Yeager's disposal.

But this Wednesday, despite a packed house at GrandPre's, there was no music --- and no Chris.

"It's really weird," said Darrius Summers, who served as MC during karaoke nights. "He was a big part of this family."

When he wasn't hosting karaoke night, the 35-year-old Huntsville, Ala., native delivered pizzas at a Domino's in Mid-City. He was shot to death around midnight Monday (Sept. 22), just after delivering a pizza to an apartment in the 2800 block of St. Louis Street.

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Extended News; US: Louisiana
KEYWORDS: dominos; louisiana; neworleans
The Local news is not letting this one die. It looks like the locals are tired of this kind of crime and are making a point.

Here is an interview with a previous victim of these two punks. Skip to 1:22 to see the damge these two punks did to this Lady.

Newcomb Boulevard woman describes violent carjacking that preceded the murder of the Domino's Pizza

1 posted on 09/25/2014 1:24:56 PM PDT by BBell
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New Orleans police have accused two 16-year-old boys -- one of whom was fitted with a court-ordered electronic monitoring device -- of killing Yeager in either a carjacking or an armed robbery.

court-ordered electronic monitoring device didn't stop this teenage thug from committing violent crimes two nights in a row.

2 posted on 09/25/2014 1:45:32 PM PDT by TYVets
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