By Staff Reports. Email the author. LAPLACE — Kerell Sanders was somebody who could walk to the board and command the attention of the class, explaining concepts with such humor and clarity that even those dozing off began to wake up, pay attention and understand. His cousin, Kyron Perrilloux, 20, was killed alongside him. As of press time Tuesday morning, Theron Williams and Kelvin Taylor were in custody, linked the second-degree murder of the young men. At the time of his death, Kerell was only weeks away from starting his freshman year at Southeastern Louisiana University, where he planned to study engineering. According to Keisha Sanders, Kerell was in communication with a manager at Dupont and was promised an internship upon reaching his second year of college.
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