At Least 2 Booked In Shreveport Gunfire
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — Shreveport police took at least two suspects into custody following a reported late night gunfire incident at an apartment complex.
The Times reports that shots were heard at the Southfield Apartments in Shreveport around 10 p.m. Thursday. Police said several people in a car pulled into the parking lot of the apartment complex and opened fire.
Police spokesman Cpl. Marcus Hines said no one was injured. More arrests are expected.