Deputy Killed in Baton Rouge Community

Posted March 24, 2017

"He and another deputy had responded to a business as part of a rape investigation".

"I couldn't believe it, nothing like this has ever happened in this area, me and the neighbors run good businesses so I was in awe" said Lalnetta Roach owner of Classic Cuts.

Deputies with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office were called to salon to investigate a reported incident.

"I rise today with a saddened heart for my friend and comrade Sgt. Shawn T. Anderson, a veteran and highly decorated police officer who was shot dead on Saturday evening as he attempted to arrest a rape suspect", Higgins said. Deputies with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office went to the salon to try and find Brandon Wiley, 30.

In an interview with a photographer for The Advocate following the August flood, Wiley identified himself as an employee of the Classic Cuts salon. The girl said she knew Wiley for about a month before the rape occurred and he had given her several tattoos without parental consent.

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The unidentified sheriff's deputy died shortly after being taken to a local hospital.

The girl's mother took her to a hospital on March 13, and she was initially unwilling to talk to investigators. Details regarding the initial investigation have not yet been released.

Wiley was sentenced to four months in jail following a 2010 conviction for unlawfully tattooing a minor, according to online 19th Judicial District Court records.

On Dec. 9, 2009, he was picked up on a traffic stop with a stolen gun in his vehicle. He was booked with possession of a stolen firm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, but was never prosecuted. The charge was reduced from indecent behavior with a juvenile to inciting a felony in a plea agreement so the victim would not have to testify at a trial, according to notes written on a bill of information. He was later convicted and sentenced to 37 months in federal prison, followed by 2 years of supervised release.