Cold Case Reopened in Lake Charles
It's like a TV episode unfolding right before our eyes. Back in March of 1987 Noah Breaux was murdered and his house was burned down to hide any evidence. No murder weapon was ever found in the case, but autopsy results revealed that Breaux died from multiple skull fractures.
That case has gone unsolved all these years, but now, the Lake Charles Police Department has reopened that case and step one in that process was the exhumation of Breaux's body.
According to Deputy Chief Mark Kraus:
"Detectives will begin collecting biological evidence to be submitted due to the advancement of modern technology in criminal investigations and evidence testing,"
Kraus asked anyone with information about Breaux's death to call Capt. Eric Darling or Sgt. Colby Thompson at 337-491-1311.