Sean Barrette Biography
Sean Barrette was a 22-year-old man identified as Isai Cadalzo, with a long history of mental illness. He was the ex-college football player. He arrested in connection with four apparently random shooting deaths in and around New Orleans. He was Arrested late Tuesday night and faces many charges including first and second-degree murder and obstruction of justice in connection with a shooting death late Monday at a Metairie intersection, and two counts of first-degree murder in two fatal shootings Tuesday afternoon near another Metairie intersection.
NEW: @JeffParishSO says 22-year-old Sean Barrette is accused of several deadly shootings that happened on West Metairie Avenue. They arrested him on multiple homicide counts related to two separate shootings. @ShermanDesselle and @TraversWDSU will have the latest on @wdsu pic.twitter.com/z1RGeKdzfG
— Christina Watkins (@CWatkinsWDSU) June 19, 2019
Sean Barrette Age
He is a young boy aged 22 years old.
Sean Barrette Education and Football Team
He graduated in 2014 from John Curtis Christian School, where he was on the football team.
Barrette was a walk-on football player at Mississippi State University in 2015, and in 2016 was listed on the University of South Alabama’s football team, the Jaguars reported Nola.com.
Sean Barrette Facebook
His Facebook page includes only two images: a selfie and a photo of the late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Sean Barrette Shooting Death
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Sean Barrette, serial killer & domestic terrorist, faces 2 counts of 1st degree murder & a count of 2nd degree murder for a possible racially motivated killing spree that took the lives of 3 innocent citizens….. https://t.co/0wSvRswhhZ
— Cobra Commando (@Public_B_Enemy) June 19, 2019
The first shooting occurred on Monday (June 17) around 11:12 p.m. near the intersection of West Metairie and Henry Landry.
The second incident happened on Tuesday (June 18) around 4:19 p.m. near the intersection of West Metairie and North Starrett. Two victims, Manuel Caronia 45, and Nicky Robeau, 57, both suffering from gunshot wounds, were pronounced dead on the scene.
In that homicide, Bruce Reed, 61, was killed on Hayne Blvd. near Marquis St. He was identified by the coroner several days later.
— WWL-TV (@WWLTV) June 19, 2019
Investigation That Identified Sean Barrette as Killer
Investigators were able to identify a possible suspect and suspect vehicle. They also found a phone that Lopinto said was key to the investigation at the first scene.
Metairie serial killer, 22-yr-old Sean Barrette, has been linked to 4 homicides in metro New Orleans. A star high school & college football player, it is believed by police that Barrette suffered from a history of mental illness and shot the victims randomly. pic.twitter.com/hJf35jxPYi
— The NOLA Tabloid (@thenolatabloid) June 20, 2019
Sean Barrette Arrested
Barrette was arrested without incident at his parents’ home. The weapon believed used in all four killings, a Smith and Wesson .40 caliber handgun, has been recovered from a laundry basket, Lopinto said.
After 22-year-old Sean Barrette’s arrest in connection to the killings on Tuesday, Lopinto said the trail leading deputies to him was rooted in bullet casings and a discarded cellphone found near the car where one of the victims was discovered dead.
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— New Orleans Advocate (@theadvocateno) June 20, 2019
Sean Barrette Shooting Causes
Lopinto was asked whether race was considered a factor in any of the deaths. Barrette is white. In Jefferson, two of the victims were Hispanic and one was white. The New Orleans victim was black.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- He was arrested for a suspect killer in 4 death’s Louisiana.
- Sean is accused after an investigation that he fatally shoots Isai Cadalzo, 22; Manuel Caronia, 45, and Nicky Roseau, 57, in Metairie, Louisiana.
- He has had a history of mental problems.
- Sean Barrette was an Ex-football player at Mississippi State University in 2015, and in 2016 was listed on the University of South Alabama’s football team