Special conditions placed on Phillip DeSelle

Special conditions placed on Phillip DeSelle

BAYOU CHICOT, LA - According to KLFY, the Louisiana Department of Corrections has placed restrictions to convicted child killer and new Evangeline Parish resident Phillip DeSelle.

The 65-year-old will be monitored at all time through a GPS and will have a curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day. DeSelle will not be able to travel out of Evangeline Parish without approval from his parole officer. He will also have to get an evaluation for sex offender counseling and follow any recommended treatment, if any.

Plus, DeSelle will also have to register as sex offender with the parish sheriff's office.

Back in November 1990, Phillip DeSelle admitted to and was charged with killing 11-year-old Averie Evans of Natchitoches while she was selling candy door-to-door for a school fundraiser. Since Averie's body was never found, he was sentenced to 50-years in prison for manslaughter and aggravated kidnapping.

DeSelle, now living in Bayou Chicot, is now out on early release after serving just under half of his sentence.

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