Sumlin Case no Closer to Resolution

Former State Representative William Sumlin was in Third Judicial District Court yesterday afternoon in Ruston, but once again, a hearing on pending motions was delayed until September 18.

Sumlin was arrested in October, 2015 on a charge of indecent behavior with juvenile(s).

Presiding was Division B Judge Tommy Rogers.

LaValle Salomon represented Sumlin in court yesterday, and
Assistant District Attorney Lewis Jones appeared for the state.

Sumlin’s health appears to have declined in the three years since his arrest, and he limped noticeably as he left court.

He has been free on bond since his arrest.

2 Responses to “Sumlin Case no Closer to Resolution”

  1. Oldman Says:

    He will never spend a day in jail for what he did.

  2. Hicoman Says:

    Because he knows the ” Blues room gang” of Lincoln parish.

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