The body of a missing Calcasieu Parish man has been found. His alleged killer led deputies to where he left his body.

The body of a missing Calcasieu Parish man has been found. His alleged killer led deputies to where he left his body.

Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Ricky Moses has provided a timeline from the last time Grantham was seen, until his body was discovered.

Justin Grantham was last seen on March 27. His father reported him missing on April 11.

On Monday March 27th, 22-year-old Grantham was last seen by his father Todd Grantham at his residence in Sulphur.

On Tuesday April 11th Todd filed a missing persons report with the Calcasieu Sheriff’s Office.

On Saturday April 15th the Beauregard Sheriff’s Office received a call about an abandoned vehicle that was left on someone’s property. It was determined the vehicle belonged to Grantham. Calcasieu Sheriff’s office was notified that the vehicle had been located.

Upon further investigation it was determined that the vehicle was in the possession of Randall Paul Langley prior to being abandoned. A warrant was obtained for Mr. Langley for possession of stolen property and was arrested by Calcasieu Sheriff’s Office. During questioning, Langley admitted to killing Grantham around the time he was last seen in late March, said Moses.

On April 20th detectives questioned Mr. Langley to the whereabouts of Justin Grantham. At that time Mr. Langley admitted that he killed Justin Grantham at the Barnes Creek park near Longville. Randall Langley was arrested at that time for 2nd degree murder and is being held at the Beauregard Parish jail with no bond.

On Friday, April 21st deputies with the assistance of the Calcasieu Parish dive team and the Alexandria fire department’s cadaver dog team began a search of the area near the park. Around noon deputies discovered a body presumed to be that of Justin Grantham in the Barnes Creek area, Longville.

The body was transported to the Calcasieu Coroner’s Office for autopsy and positive identification.

Langley is being charged with second-degree murder.