There will likely be visitation Friday and Saturday and there will likely be a car procession for these wishing to honor Gaubert.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Funeral and visitation companies for the State Trooper shot and killed throughout a criminal offense spree that left two folks useless and three others injured has been set.
Grasp Trooper Adam Gaubert will likely be honored with a funeral mass on Saturday, October 16 at St. George Church in Baton Rouge.
Visitation will likely be from 9 a.m. till 11 a.m. on Saturday, previous to the funeral and extra visitation will likely be on Friday, Oct. 15, from 5 p.m. to eight p.m.
Gaubert was 47 on the time of his demise and had served within the Louisiana State Police since 2002.
Gaubert had two kids, ages 20 and 11.
The general public can reveal their help for Grasp Trooper Gaubert and his household by lining the procession route from Resthaven Funeral Dwelling (11817 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge) to St. George Catholic Church (7808 St. George Drive, Baton Rouge) on Saturday morning. The procession is tentatively set to start at 8:00am with updates being supplied on the LSP social media accounts. The procession will journey north on U.S. 61 to Siegen Lane after which west on Siegen Lane to St. George Catholic Church.
For these unable to attend, a livestream of the procession and Funeral Mass will likely be shared on the Louisiana State Police Fb web page.
Gaubert was discovered useless in his patrol automotive in Ascension Parish throughout a manhunt for 31-year-old Matthew Mire on Saturday.
Mire can be accused of breaking into two houses throughout his spree, taking pictures 4 different folks, certainly one of whom died as properly.