Michaela Mickey Shunick: Missing from Louisiana Found

Mickey was a brave woman and fought as hard as she could for her life.  Part of the deposition that Brandon Lavergne signed below describes what Mickey went through.  May God bless her soul.

 

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UPDATE:  Mickey’s decomposed remains were found Tuesday August 7  near a cemetery off of Louisiana Highway 10 in Evangeline Parish, according to Cpl. Paul Mouton, a police spokesman, who also said a “credible witness” led them to the spot, although he would not elaborate who that person was.  Mickey’s remains were positively identified on August 9.

Brandon Lavergne, 33,  is charged with first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping in that case.  He was first arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of Lisa Marie Pate in July 1999.

UPDATE:

The bicycle that a missing Louisiana college student was riding has been found under a bridge, reports Fox news.

Michaela “Mickey” Shunick’s bicycle, a black Schwinn Madison bike with glittery gold handlebars was found by two fisherman in a remote, swampy area in Iberville Parish, near Interstate 10 and Whiskey Bay exit No. 127, which is about 25 miles from where she was last seen riding it
Michaela “Mickey” Shunick, 22, was last seen around 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, May 19 when she left a home of a friend on Ryan Street in Lafayette, Louisiana.

She was on a bicycle and heading to her home on Governor Miro Drive when she went missing.

Her friends and family are concerned as Mickey missed her brothers high school graduation on Saturday.  Mickey is a college student who is majoring in anthropology at the University of Louisiana.

Volunteers have searched for her on Sunday.  They were also searching for her black Schwinn Madison bike with glittery gold handlebars.

If you have any information as to her whereabouts, please call 337-291-8600.
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