A wild situation had multiple police agencies involved in tracking down a Louisiana man from the Acadiana area who is accused of multiple offenses after a carjacking that allegedly happened in Ville Plate.

According to officials, 24-year-old Kearrious Marquez McCoy of Ville Platte is said to have stolen a vehicle and that's when he allegedly committed even more crimes according to KLFY.

This whole situation that unfolded happened on Saturday, May 11 when McCoy was seen in a stolen car near a business near I-49 and Louisiana Highway 112 in Lecompte.

Several incidents then began to unfold.

Witnesses at the scene let law enforcement know they witnessed this man in the stolen car try to carjack someone else at a convenience store.

He had a gun, and he told the person to get out of the car. Dramatically, when McCoy pointed the gun at the victim, it did not fire! The victim and McCoy then got into a physical altercation, and the victim ended up getting shot in the arm.

That was not the only thing McCoy is alleged to done at that point. Authorities claim he shot at three other people, and one of those people fired back. McCoy is also accused of going back to the man's vehicle that he attempted to carjack to kill the man's dog.

After all of this played out, McCoy jumped into the vehicle of the person he shot at who returned fire. He drove the stolen vehicle down Louisiana Highway 112, but he was discovered a bit later driving on US-165 by a deputy. The deputy tried a traffic stop, but McCoy continued driving.

As a pursuit by law enforcement began with deputies, they were joined by multiple other departments. McCoy was accused of trying to ram the stolen vehicle into officer's cars. Eventually, McCoy's vehicle was disabled, but the guy bailed out of the car and ran away.

Sunday morning, he was spotted and there was a brief struggle. McCoy was placed into custody and eventually booked into the jail there.

McCoy was charged with all of the following:

Seven counts of attempted second-degree murder

Three counts of illegal discharge of a firearm

Two counts of attempted carjacking

Two counts of aggravated criminal damage to property

One count of carjacking

One count of aggravated cruelty to animals

One count of resisting an officer

One count of illegal carrying of a weapon

One count of criminal trespassing

One count of aggravated flight from an officer

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