BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA (WLBT) - Officials say a man who was living in the home where four bodies were discovered last weekend has been arrested in Baton Rouge.
52-year-old Lee Roy Williams, Junior was taken into custody around three Thursday afternoon.
Police surrounded the suspect's vehicle near the Louisiana State University campus.
Williams reportedly tried to run over a deputy as he tried to drive off.
He is currently being held on a five-million-dollar bond.
Deputies had been searching for that S-U-V with a Lauderdale County Mississippi tag since the victims' bodies were discovered in a Lake Charles mobile home Saturday.
The Ford Explorer is registered to Williams and was last seen at the home.
He also faces unrelated drug charges.
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