Tim Ledee Death, Obituary – An ex-deputy of the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office was murdered in St. Landry Parish by the ex-boyfriend of the woman who was dating his son’s current girlfriend. The individual who passed away had a history of working in the sheriff’s office in St. Landry Parish. It is believed that Thomas Breckney shot and killed Tim Ledee, a former sheriff’s deputy and police officer for the City of Opelousas, after an exchange of gunfire on Monday.
Breckney was a police officer for the City of Opelousas. Tim Ledee had a previous career as a law enforcement officer in the city of Opelousas, Louisiana. At approximately 4:05 in the afternoon, deputies from the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office (SLPSO) responded to Lee Garland Drive in Opelousas after receiving information that a man had been shot there. Ledee’s wounds were fatal, and he passed away before the authorities could attend to him.
His injuries were too severe for him to recover from. Ledee fired a shot at Breckney while everything else was in disarray. After suffering an injury, Breckney was able to get himself to the hospital, and he is now being treated there at this time. Breckney is on the road to a full recovery from the wounds he sustained. Since that time, he has been transferred to the intensive care unit (ICU) of the hospital in Baton Rouge where he is currently undergoing treatment.
Breckney is said to have driven over to the residence of Ledee’s kid in order to face his ex-girlfriend, but the motives for this behavior are now unknown. The property in question is owned by Ledee’s offspring at this time. It is said that Ledee’s ex-boyfriend attempted to gain admission to the residence while she was recuperating from surgery there, but he was unsuccessful. This information was provided to us by Sheriff Bobby Guiroz. After that, the two walked over to Breckney’s truck, where they both pulled out their own firearms and shot bullets at one another until one of them dropped their weapon. After that, the two parted ways with their respective weapons.