Three suspects arrested after shooting that left four injured
Three men, one of whom was wounded and hospitalized, face charges while three victims are recovering from injuries sustained in a shooting last weekend in west Shreveport.
Just before midnight last Friday, May 9, Shreveport police were called to the 3200 block of Fulton Street in reference to a shooting.
When officers arrived, they found three victims, identified as 36-year-old Shonda Harris, 44- year-old Anthony Moore and 44- year-old Tommie Johnson, each suffering at least one gunshot wound. All were transported to University Health Center by fire department personnel for treatment of serious but reportedly non-life-threatening injuries.
Based on information and evidence gathered at the scene of the crime, detectives discovered the victims were present at a party at a home on Fulton Street when a physical altercation commenced involving party-goers and a man identified as 36-year-old Jamie Lane.
Following the altercation, Lane left the home and returned a short time later with several other people. At that time, Lane and Tommie Johnson engaged in a physical altercation that apparently culminated with gunfire.
Lane was struck in the chest during the shooting but fled the home. He was located at a residence in the 2500 block of Merwin Street a short time later.
Shreveport Fire Department personnel transported Lane to University Health Center, where he is expected to recover.
Investigators subsequently arrested Jamie Lane of the 2900 block of Woodford Street, along with 19-year-old Antonio Lane, also of the 2900 block of Woodford Street, and 20-year-old Tavious Lane of the 2500 block of Merwin Street.
All of the men have been charged with one count of attempted first-degree murder but could face additional charges as the investigation continues.
Antonio Lane and Tavious Lane were both booked into the Shreveport City Jail. Jamie Lane will be booked into the city jail upon his release from the hospital.