Skip to comments.Suspect in Loews shooting arrested in Monroeville [Paroled killer kills again]
Posted on 11/29/2005 4:07:16 PM PST by grundle
The suspect in a fatal shooting this month at the Loews Cineplex at The Waterfront in West Homestead was apprehended yesterday morning at a Monroeville motel.
Larue Graves, 30, of Aliquippa was arrested about 11:05 a.m. without incident at the Days Inn on Mosside Boulevard where he was registered under a fake name.
Mr. Graves faces one count of criminal homicide and a gun charge in the Nov. 9 shooting death of Shelton L. Flowers, 30, of Wilkinsburg inside the theater just as a movie let out.
Allegheny County police and the county's fugitive task force caught up to Mr. Graves after receiving a tip that the suspect was in a Monroeville-area motel. A handgun was recovered.
Police announced Monday that they had obtained an arrest warrant for Mr. Graves, who is on parole after serving time in prison for voluntary manslaughter in the 1993 shooting death of a man in Oakland over gang colors.
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Yup. And the same for this gang-banger trying to pull the sob story routine in California.
Parole boards have to start being accountable, and if that means no one is willing to serve on a parole board, so be it...
There's a novel idea. Another would be to make prisoners serve their full sentence and then we'll talk about the possibility of getting out.
Looks like the anti-death penalty crowd has more blood on its hands
If a prisoner breaks his parole and causes another crime, the Parole Board should draw straws to see who either serves the remainder of the sentence or pays restitution for the balance.
That will make them look real hard at paroling these criminals into the midst of the rest of us!
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