Louisisana: Suspect in 2019 murder of Danish biker in New Orleans East is released without charges


The Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday declined to charge a woman who police had accused of fatally shooting a Danish biker in May of 2019 in one of the city’ highest-profile murder cases that year.

A spokesperson for District Attorney Jason Williams, who was sworn in Jan. 11, didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment on the decision not to press a case against Brandy Myles, who is the lone suspect identified in the slaying of Poul Hansen. A representative of Hansen’s family said a prosecutor from Williams’ office had notified the family earlier this week that there was not sufficient evidence to support a case against Myles, who had been booked with second-degree murder in September and jailed in lieu of a $250,000 bail.

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