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John Paul Rials, 25, of Onalaska (Source: Facebook)
Man Allegedly Murdered by Gunmen, LIVINGSTON, June 13, 2017 - On June 12, 2017, Polk County Sheriff’s Office received information from a witness stating he believes John Paul Rials, 25, of Onalaska, was murdered by Delvin Lloyd King and an individual later identified as Ryan Clayton Allen. Throughout the night officers from the Sheriff’s Office and Livingston Police Department made attempts to locate both King and Rials who are known to be homeless in the city of Livingston. On June 13, 2017, Detectives with the Sheriff's Office along with the assistance of the Texas Rangers Office began questioning individuals regarding the whereabouts of Rials. The detectives learned of an altercation that had taken place the previous day between King and Rials in the City of Livingston. Detectives discovered through an interview with Delvin Lloyd Kind that King and Ryan Clayton Allen picked up Rials at a store in Livingston, drove him to a wooded area across from where Allen's residence, walked Rials in the woods and shot Rials several times with a 22 rifle belonging to Allen. Rials' body was recovered around 10:45 am on June 13th by information provided by one of the actors along with the firearm used in the murder which was dumped at a different location. Delvin Lloyd King and Ryan Clayton Allen were both charged with the murder of John Paul Rials and booked into the Polk County Jail where they await a bond hearing. John Paul Rials body was transported to the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy. Any person with knowledge of this murder is asked to contact Lt. Craig Finegan with the Criminal Investigation Division of the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at 936-329-9028.
Delvin Lloyd King, 53, of Livingston
Ryan Clayton Allen, 23, of Livingston
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