D.A.: Bloods member wanted in suburban Philly murders

Luckenson Desrivieres is wanted in two murders.
Luckenson Desrivieres is wanted in two murders.
Posted: June 21, 2012

Authorities in Montgomery County issued a warrant today for the arrest of a purported Bloods gang member wanted in the June 17 killings of a Norristown couple.

Luckenson Desrivieres, 24, lived in a house on the 1200 block of Arch Street where Marc Winchell Estiverne, 23, also rented a room. On June 14, one of the owners of the house heard a struggle late in the evening.

The next morning, the owner saw Desrivieres taking a filled trash bag out of the home. Desrivieres told the owner he was going to do "laundry," said District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman. The same day, Desrivieres, carrying Estiverne's laptop computer cellphone and backpack, visited a friend.

On June 17, Desrivieres borrowed $20 to buy a Greyhound bus ticket to Newark, telling his friend he was going to visit his sick mother.

As Desrivieres traveled to North Jersey, the owners of the Arch Street house made a grisly discovery. Police called to the home found the bodies of Estiverne and his girlfriend, Shamara Hill, in the second floor front bedroom, authorities said. Both had been stabbed multiple times while attempting to fend off their attacker.

A forensic examination showed that one of the victims had been moved. In addition, the hallway and walls leading to the bedroom appeared to have been cleaned of human blood, Vetri said.

Detectives located Estiverne's laptop at a nearby pawn shop where the clerk said he had given a man using Desrivieres ID $75 for it.

Desrivieres, who is described as armed and dangerous, is believed to still be in northern New Jersey, most likely in the Irvington area. Detectives are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to his capture.

Anyone with information is asked to call 610-278-3368.

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