September 4, 2013, New Orleans Louisiana (WWLTV) – The NOPD has arrested a man in the murder of 1-year-old Londyn Samuels, Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said Wednesday night in a news conference at NOPD headquarters.
Keelen Armstrong, 24, has been booked with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder, police said. He was pulled over Wednesday morning during a traffic stop when officers discovered outstanding warrants and brought him to jail, where NOPD detectives determined that he was a suspect in Londyn’s killing.
Police would not say how Detective Robert Barrere was able to connect Armstrong to the murder other than to say that it was “by coincidence.”
“This is an example that there is no such thing as a routine traffic stop,” Serpas said. On Wednesday morning, NOPD traffic officer Ernest Bringier pulled over Armstrong for speeding on the I-10 eastbound near the Crowder Boulevard exit. When Bringier pulled up Armstrong’s record, he found that Armstrong had a suspended driver’s license as well as attachments for his arrest in Gretna, so he was taken into custody.
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