4 arrested for murder of Pearl River residents found in submerged car

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PEARL RIVER, LA – Four people have been arrested in connection with the murder of two Pearl River residents who were found yesterday after they were reported missing last month.

The bodies of 20-year-old Raegan Elizabeth Day and 28-year-old Dustin R. Hartline were found inside a submerged car at the Pearl River Boat launch on March 5.

The pair went missing on February 15.

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office said in a message posted to the department’s official Facebook page that the four people who have been arrested are “directly involved in the murders” of Day and Hartline.

Eighteen-year-old Jason Landry and 25-year-old Brittney “Beezy” Savell, who both live in Slidell, were arrested in Waveland, Mississippi, while 22-year-old Derrion Lemoine and 27-year-old Steve “Stevie” Olivieri were arrested in Louisiana.

All four have been charged with two counts each of first degree murder, according to the STPSO.

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