Back in 1984, 58 year old Lester Rome from Grand Isle went missing. Two years after Rome was reported missing, human bones were discovered in a water-well in Sabine Parish.

It was long suspected that the remains found in the well were those of Lester Rome, but there was no clear way to prove it. In October of 2021, an official Death Certificate was issued for Lester Rome after clear scientific and DNA evidence prove without a doubt that the bones belonged to Rome.

Thursday morning, (10/28/21) following an investigation, US Marshals arrested a man they believe to be involved in the murder of Rome. 74 year-old Delwin Avard Sibley was arrested by US Marshals at his home in Biloxi Mississippi.

Sabine Parish Sheriff Detective Chris Abrahams worked the case for the last ten months and developed Sibley as a suspect.

On October 26th Detective Abrahams was able to obtain an arrest warrant through the 11th Judicial District Court on Sibley for Second Degree Murder.

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Some of the most famous and recognizable names in America's History are buried right here in Louisiana. Some are natives, some aren't. From war heroes to global icons to musical legends to folk heroes, Louisiana has all kinds of pieces of history in the state. Here are 60 of the most famous and recognizable, including several who may have ties to Shreveport-Bossier that you didn't realize - for instance, did you know the guy that wrote the screenplays for all the Planet of the Apes movies is local? We didn't!

Check out just a small piece of all the history you can visit here in the Bayou State.

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