Memorial for slain Raising Cane's manager grows in Kenner

Memorial for slain Raising Cane's manager grows in Kenner

KENNER, LA (WVUE) - With the arrest of another suspect in the murder of a Raising Cane's manager, Kenner police are questioning another person in connection with the Wednesday armed robbery that led to her killing.

A memorial is growing outside the fast food restaurant in the 3300 block of Williams Boulevard.

The restaurant will be closed again today after Taylor Friloux, 21, was killed there yesterday.

Police say Joshua Every, 23, and another man forced Friloux and another employee at knife point into the restaurant as they were taking out the trash just before 1:30 a.m.

Friloux was stabbed several times after Every and his accomplice took money from the store's safe. Then, investigators say, Every and the other man took off in a small SUV.

Police later arrested Every at his mother's home in Laplace.

Friloux's family and friends mourn her loss this morning, saying she was a genuine loving person, who loved pets.

"Something like that shouldn't happen to anybody, but much less somebody who is an individual like her," said friend Holly Detillier. "She was very genuine, cared about others, it should never happen to anybody."

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