There had recently been a string of unsolved homicides in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana arrested that had law enforcement baffled as to whom may have been responsible for the series of crimes.
Police believed that the murders may have been connected, with three total individuals being shot and killed and a fourth victim barely hanging onto life.
However, to the shock and complete awe of the East Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office, a man called into their dispatch to tell Deputies he was the serial killer who had murdered each of the victims in cold blood, and wanted to turn himself in for the crimes.
Officials from the East Feliciana Parish Sheriff's Office said that they were absolutely shocked to have a suspect, 36 year old Ryan Sharpe, not only admitting to the crimes committed by willing to turn himself in.
Prior to the phone call Sharpe wasn't even a suspect in the murders, and in fact Sheriff's Deputies had no idea whom was responsible in the killings let alone had any clue that Sharpe was a criminal at all, having a squeaky clean record.
However Sharpe told authorities to come to his home in Clinton, Louisiana where he was willing to submit to arrest; but that's not how things went after Deputies arrived.
Once on the scene, Sharpe apparently had hoped officers would kill him in a suicide-by-cop narrative, because he jumped into his vehicle and forced them to give into a high speed chase along the Interstate.
Sharpe eventually crashed, and the owner of a local plumbing company is now behind bars on three counts of first degree murder and one count of attempted first degree murder.
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