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Murder Weapon Found In Longview Stabbing

Investigators have found what they believe to be the murder weapon used to kill an Ore City teen over the weekend. 17-year-old Joshua Petrea disappeared Saturday, and was discovered stabbed to death on Sunday. Police found the knife they think was used in a wooded area off Shiloh road, west of Longview.

It was right near where they found Joshua's body. One of the suspects, 18-year-old Terry Eugene Landry of Longview is charged with killing Petrea. Three others, all juveniles, have also been charged.

Bob Hallmark, reporting. bhallmark@kltv.com

 

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