[UPDATE] Adrian Little Turns Himself in For Murder of Airline Drive Exxon Station Clerk
[UPDATE] An arrest has been made in a weekend murder in Bossier City. Police say 22-year-old Adrian Tyrone Little of Bossier is charged with first-degree murder.
He turned himself in for the killing of 21-year-old James Rosypal of Dubberly, a clerk at the Exxon Food Fast station at Airline and Old Minden Road. An employee at another Bossier convenience store has told KEEL News that one of her customers overheard Little bragging about the incident at a local nightclub.
[ORIGINAL STORY] Police are investigating a homicide at a local gas station. Bossier City police got a call at around 1:30 this morning about a possible deceased person at the Exxon at Airline and Old Minden Road.
A customer went in to make a purchase, but couldn't find a clerk or anybody else inside the store. The citizen discovered the male employee dead on the floor behind the check-out counter. He'd been shot, but there's no word yet on how many times. Indications are that the shooting happened during a robbery.
Security camera video shows the suspect entering and leaving the store.
Detectives are looking for a black male in his late teens or early 20's, 5'7" to 5'9" and 150 to 160 pounds. He was wearing a dark-colored hoodie with a white stripe across the front and a red stripe on the shoulders and sleeves. He was also wearing what appear to be blue jeans and black and white tennis shoes.
Anyone with information that can help is asked to call Bossier detectives at 741-8642 or Bossier Crime Stoppers at 424-4100.