Indictments Against Accused Triple-Murderer Dismissed
Gerald Needham is an accused triple-murderer no more. Bossier Parish District Attorney Schuyler Marvin has dismissed the three-count first-degree murder indictment against him. But Needham still remains in jail -- charged with being a felon in possession of ammunition -- because .22-caliber bullets were found in his home after his arrest. He'll be in court Monday morning for a detention hearing. Meantime, 32-year-old Robert Clark of Shreveport, the man accused of robbing a Haughton convenience store six weeks after the murders, is now being investigated as the possible suspect in the triple-murder case.