Trial dates set for Marksville deputy marshals in 6-year-old's shooting death
Posted on 1/6/2016 10:36:00 AM.
Trial dates are set for two deputy Marksville city marshals charged with the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy in November. 32-year-old Derrick Stafford and 24-year-old Norris Greenhouse entered pleas of not guilty and will be tried separately in the death of Jeremy Mardis.
Norris Greenhouse, Derrick Stafford, Jeremy Mardis, Tim Meche

State legislator looks to tighten controls on city marshals
Posted on 11/10/2015 3:09:00 AM.
The city of Marksville is trying to come to grips as why city marshals opened fire on a vehicle last week, killing a 6-year-old boy.  Derrick Stafford and Norris Greenhouse, Jr. are accused of shooting and killing Jeremy Mardis following a police chase.  
Norris Greenhouse, Derrick Stafford, Jeremy Mardis, Robert Johnson, fatal shooting, Marksville

Bond set at $1 million each for two charged in Jeremy Mardis' death
Posted on 11/9/2015 11:54:00 AM.
Bond for the two men arrested in the death of 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis has been set at $1 million each.  Norris Greenhouse, Jr. and Derrick Stafford are charged with second degree murder in the child's death.  
  
Norris Greenhouse, Derrick Stafford, Jeremy Mardis, Dane Ciolino

LSP: Two cops in Marksville arrested on murder charges in death of 6-year-old
Posted on 11/7/2015 1:03:00 AM.
Michelle Southern reporting. 
State Police Col Mike Edmonson announces two arrests have been made in the case of the 6-year-old child who was gunned down in a vehicle allegedly by City Marshals in Marksville on November 3rd.
 
(LSP: pictured from left, Norris Greenhouse, Derrick Stafford)
chris few, jeremy mardis, mike edmonson, state police, norris greenhouse, derrick stafford


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