November 16, 2018
Dewayne Willie Watkins.
If a feral nigger with a Terminator eye strolled toward you and asked for a ride, would you agree to it?
Kelly and Heather did.
Let’s find out what happened to them, and whether there’s a lesson to this story.
The man accused in the slayings of a couple who gave him a ride from a Shreveport mall in an apparently random crime has a lengthy criminal record that includes multiple arrests for domestic violence as well as arrests for drug possession, burglary and indecent behavior with a child.
Dewayne Willie Watkins, 34, of Shreveport, is jailed under $1 million bond in connection with the deaths of Kelly Jose, 43, and his wife, Heather, 33, of Shreveport. Their bodies were found last Thursday in a burning car parked at a house on Penick Street in Shreveport’s Queensborough neighborhood. Police believe the couple was leaving Mall St. Vincent when a man approached them. They wound up giving him a ride, police said.
Watkins was arrested over the weekend at a house two blocks away from where the couple was found dead. Members of Watkins’ family said he lived there with his girlfriend. He was apprehended after a nearly six-hour standoff that ended when the suspect went out a window and tried to run. A police K-9 subdued him.
Watkins, who is jailed on suspicion of second-degree murder, is scheduled to make his initial court appearance on Tuesday to get a lawyer.
Kelly and Heather Jose.