Baton Rouge woman recounts moms fatal stabbing by stepdad as search for suspect continues: We are lost

Baton Rouge woman recounts mom\s fatal stabbing by stepdad as search for suspect continues: \We are lost\
Baton Rouge man wanted for killing wife and injuring two others in stabbing Sunday night
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) – East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriffs Office deputies are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed his wife to death and injured two of her relatives Sunday night.

Michael Vallery, 49, is wanted for stabbing and killing his wife, Stefanie Vallery, 51, around 8 p.m. at her home in the 13000 block of Honey Drive. The two were in the process of filing for divorce, the sheriffs office said.

EBRSO to accept applications for annual Christmas toy drive next week

Authorities say the two got in an argument when Michael Vallery began to stab Stefanie Vallery. Two of Stefanie Vallerys relatives tried to break the fight up, but deputies say Michael Vallery stabbed those women also.

One woman was transported to a local hospital in serious, but stable condition. The other woman was treated on the scene.

Obviously, this is someone who has committed a violent murder so its imperative that we do get him in custody, East Baton Rouge Sheriffs Office public information officer Casey Hicks said. Were also asking for the help of the community because someone knows where this man is.

Anyone with information on Vallerys whereabouts should call the sheriffs office at 225-389-5000 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 225-344-7867. Deputies urge anyone who sees Vallery to not approach him and to immediately call 911.

BATON ROUGE – The East Baton Rouge Sheriffs Office will soon begin accepting applications for its annual holiday toy drive.

Starting next week, the sheriffs office will take applications for the Christmas Crusade for Children program. For nearly 30 years, the program has helped buy holiday gifts for children in need.

Parents can apply by visiting an East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office substation and filling out an application Monday, November 26th through Friday, November 30th, or by visiting the Baton Rouge City Constable’s Office Community Services Division located at 222 St. Louis Street (B1) Downtown Baton Rouge between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Applicants must live within East Baton Rouge Parish, and children must be under 12 years of age to qualify for this program. Parents must have child’s social security number in order to apply. Limit one toy per child.

Anyone wanting to donate new, unwrapped, Christmas toys may do so at Cumulus Media Inc. at 631 Main Street. (225) 926-1106, City Constables Office Headquarters in the City Court Building, East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office Substations across the parish.

Gardere 3777 L’Auberge Crossing. Baton Rouge, LA 70820 Phone: (225) 389-5511 Fax: (225) 389-8279

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