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2 High School Cheerleaders Killed By Police Officer On Road



2 high school cheerleaders killed

2 High School Cheerleaders Killed: Hello readers todays a very schocking news comming from Louisiana two high school student as well as cheerrleaders Maggie Dunn (17 years old) and Caroline Gill (15 years old),

the crash happened during a high-speed chase of a suspect in home invasions on Saturday night Two high school cheerleaders were shot to death in a police chase this weekend.

One officer was arrested. Maggie Dunn (17 years old) and Caroline Gill (15 years old) were cheerleaders and students at Brusly High School in Louisiana. Officials said the crash occurred in a high-speed chase of a suspect in home invasions on Saturday night.

Maggie’s brother Liam Dunn was in the car with her at the time of the accident and is currently in critical condition. He will require surgery. Broken femur, tabula and left wrist. Also, fractured skull. His father Kenny posted on Facebook that he was asking for prayers and asking his family to donate blood in his honor at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Baton Rouge.

2 high school cheerleaders killed

“We don’t know why God took our girl, but I bet that she is running shop up there.”


David Cauthron (42), a Addis Police Officer, was charged on Sunday with two counts each of negligent homicide, and one count negligent injuring, WBRZ TV reports. According to booking papers, Cauthron was still in custody on Monday afternoon. It wasn’t clear whether Cauthron had hired legal representation to comment on his behalf.

Tony Clayton, District Attorney, stated that the officer is currently on leave administratively and has “a lot of questions to ask pertaining to his speed or sheer negligence.” Clayton shared his thoughts with WBRZ-TV, “For these children to not have been able to begin the New Year was inexcusable.” “I can’t understand why the officer was driving at such a high speed to pursue this vehicle. This officer has serious problems.”

Clayton said, “If it means putting human lives in danger, stop the damn pursuit.” It’s not worth taking the risk. According to The Advocate, authorities claim that the officer collided in the vehicle carrying the teens while chasing Tyquel Zanders (24 years old),

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According to the outlet, he was arrested after his car stalled. He was charged with home invasion, vehicle theft, and aggravated flight. It wasn’t immediately clear whether he had retained legal representation to speak on his behalf.

Walt Lemoine, Principal of Brusly High School, stated that the school’s losses were “remarkable in our school community, Maggie’s mother Erin Martin and Tori Hill work at our school.” Caroline’s older sister, Caroline, is a senior at Brusly High. She has younger siblings in the school system.


Lemoine said that students’ losses will raise many emotions and concerns. He also mentioned that the school has a Crisis Intervention Team, which is made up of professionals who are trained to assist parents, students and staff in difficult times. Lemoine stated that counselors are available to any student in need.

Lemoine stated that Tuesday’s school day will start with an assembly. School professionals will be available throughout the day to assist students in need of counseling, individual or small group. The cheerleading team of girls from high school released a statement via Facebook asking for support and prayers to the families of the victims.

The statement said, “As we mourn Maggie Dunn’s tragic death, please keep their loved ones, friends and the entire BHS community in our thoughts and prayers.” Their bright smiles and enthusiasm will be missed more than you can imagine. According to the Facebook page, a candlelight Vigil will be held at the high school football fields at 5:30 p.m.

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