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Monsters Among Us: Tommy Francise charged with the murders of Curtis “Cochise” Smith and George Barrett Jr.



Curtis “Cochise” Smith, 30 [1991]
George Barrett Jr., 53 [2002]

Crime Stoppers: Cold case killing fields in Iberville Parish
Arrest made in 25-year-old Iberville Parish cold case, TV station reports
Iberville Parish makes arrest in 25-year-old cold case
Francise arrested in connection with 25-year-old cold case, bond denied
Man arrested in Lafayette for 2 cold case killings in Iberville Parish
Iberville Sheriff’s Office arrests suspect accused in cold-case killings from 1991, 2002
Judge denies bond for suspect in Iberville Parish cold case from 25 years ago
What Happened To Curtis “Cochise” Smith?
Body in the barrel: Curtis ‘Cochise’ Smith’s murder investigated on Killing Fields
LA – Curtis ‘Cochise’ Smith, 29, Plaquemine, 21 Feb 1991 *Arrest*
Tommy Francise pleads not guilty at arraignment hearing

Killing Fields: Body in the Barrel



Gender Male
DOB 1955
Race White
CCN 11930
Height 5’09 ft.
Weight 164 lbs
Eyes Brown
Hair Brown
Arrested 10/27/2016
Booked 10/27/2016
Held In 18-25
Court Date N/A


CODE [RS14:30.1]

CODE [RS14:30.1]


8 Responses

  1. what does it mean $0 bond?if he is out that puts all the witnesses in harms way.

  2. and I thought that when someone plans to murder someone, that is first degree murder. For he planned on killing George,when he unscrewed the light bulb.

    • First degree murder would be much harder to prove since it is a very old case. They chose second degree because they only have to prove that he killed them. The difference between first and second is premeditated and thought prior to killing someone. Hope this helps.

  3. 0$ means No Bond….

  4. When does his case appear in court

  5. It is possible that they are going to cancel this series. PLEASE. CONTACT THE NETWORK AND TELL THEM TO NOT END THE SHOW.

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