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Gun and cell phone found in Lafayette defendant's home

A firearm and cell phone found in a murder suspect’s home became key evidence in the case against Joshua Willis.

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Doucet, now an agent with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and lead detective on this case, said a .380 handgun, a Samsung Galaxy cellphone, two keys that investigators later determined belonged to Metz’s apartment, an ammonia bottle, a gas can, a roll of packing tape, a rifle and rifle pad, a pair of shoes and a shopping bag filled with gray pants, gray shirt and underwear were collected from the home.

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