Man sought in connection with abduction of ex-girlfriend, daughter in custody in Richland Parish

Man sought in connection with abduction of ex-girlfriend, daughter in custody in Richland Parish

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Apr. 4, 2014 2:30 PM | UPDATE 11:36 A.M. A man wanted in connection with the reported abduction of his former girlfriend and their 4-year-old daughter is in custody in Richland Parish.

The Richland Parish Sheriff’s Office said no further details have been released at this time.

At approximately 7:45 a.m. Friday, police in Monroe responded to a reported domestic disturbance and abduction in the 5400 block of Blanks Street.

According to Sgt. Mark Johnson of the Monroe Police Department, an initial investigation revealed that Derrick L. Rose, 29, of Winnsboro, allegedly abducted his ex-girlfriend, Becky Zeno, 27, and their 4-year-old daughter.

Rose was believed to have fled the scene with Zeno and the child in a white 2013 Ford Edge.

Johnson said Zeno was reportedly shot in the hand and that he believed the child was uninjured. He also said there have been past reports of domestic violence filed against Rose by Zeno.Zeno

Stay with thenewsstar.com and Saturday’s edition of The News-Star for more on this story.  http://www.thenewsstar.com/article/20140404/NEWS01/304040034/

 

 

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The current trend of young adult and youth violence has an end in Youth themselves, speaking to the conditions, to one another.  A “young adult minister is able to administer the proper factualities of today’s youth encumbrances in an impacting way“.

Leaders, must gain the advantage to this problem by advancing knowledge and direction to “responsible” young people; not counting any one out, but acknowledging the status of each person interacted with, and proceeding forward.   In this latest account, above; A young woman from South Monroe and a young man from Winnsboro.

Two families, and sets of friends are impacted.  Is their a responsible “Voice” to speak to the needs of both?

In a previous Post, [ https://commonwealthfreemoralsociety.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/indigent-defense-restorative-justice-youth-violence/ ] in reference to the February 28th 2014, death of Dontae Jamal Moore: this writer wrote:

What do you do, when every corner you turn, there is another incident of gun violence, played out in our communities.?

[ http://justicefoundation.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-death-knoll-of-violence-in.html ] From Baton Rouge to Bastrop, Louisiana. In New Orleans and its suburbs. Youth and young people are dying in a hurry, and violently. Something must be done. As the Legislature meets, this session, some of them, should be thinking and planning on how to change this scenario. It would be, great if someone, really put an effective agenda together, towards ending the plague, which has enveloped the Black Community.

From the Apostolic view, it is the Devil, the diabolical, that comes to “steal, to kill and to destroy”!! Ultimately, the Change that is needed is in the power of the people. Their hands, minds and wills can make the difference. If we, do not now, speak up for Our Children & Grandchildren, no one else will. Let’s be clear about, what we desire. We desire, an end to the violence amongst ourselves most of all. Everyone in every community and neighborhood, should vow a vow of non-violence, forever. Period!!

Just because governments are constantly in a retaliative reactionary stance, it does not mean that the whole of society, has to follow suit and go along with it. Period.

 

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B R E A K I N G: Man Escapesbreaking

 

BREAKING: Man who abducted ex girlfriend and child escapes custody
Posted: Apr 04, 2014 9:50 AM CDT Updated: Apr 04, 2014 5:35 PM CDT

Posted By Hilary Hunt, Reporter

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RAYVILLE, La (KNOE 8 News) – Louisiana State Police PIO Albert Paxton says that they will be assisting with air support in the search for Derrick Rose.

UPDATE:

RAYVILLE, La. (KNOE 8 News) – KNOE has learned that Derrick Rose has escaped custody in Richland Parish.

Rose allegedly abducted his ex-girlfriend and daughter from her Monroe home Friday morning. He was taken into custody in Richland Parish on McMillan Road. Richland Parish Sheriff Lee Harrell has confirmed that Rose has escaped.

Derrick Laron Rose, 29, is described as a black male, 6′ tall, 150 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie and red shorts. Rose is charged with one count of attempted 1st Degree Murder.

Rose escaped from RPSO criminal investigative division at approximately 4pm Friday and is considered dangerous.

Any sightings or information contact your local law enforcement or RPSO at (318) 728-2071 .

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MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) – The investigation into Friday’s kidnapping continues in Richland Parish on McMillian Road. We’ll be live from the site where police arrested Derrick Rose at 5 and 6.

UPDATE 11:20 AM: Sgt. Mark Johnson with Monroe Police tells KNOE the suspect is in custody and the victim has been injured, but both are in no further danger. No other details are available. Join KNOE 8 News at Noon for a Live report.

MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News)- Monroe Police need your help finding Derrick L. Rose.

Investigation so far has revealed that Rose allegedly abducted his ex-girlfriend, Becky Zeno around 7:45 Friday morning from her home on Blanks Street.

Rose is accused of abducting a 4 year old female that is the daughter of Rose and Zeno. Rose is believed to have fled the scene with Zeno and the child driving a white 2013 Ford Edge vehicle with La License XCE 023.

There have been past reports of domestic violence filed against Rose by Zeno. Rose is considered dangerous due to the past incidents and the alleged incident that occurred this morning. Anyone with information about the above incident or the whereabouts of Zeno, Rose, or the child is urged to contact the Monroe Police Department immediately at 318.329.2600 or Crimestoppers at 318.388. 2274 (CASH).

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