Suspects Arrested After Bossier City Man Shot Dead
UPDATE: Bossier Police have caught up with four suspects wanted in connection with a murder on Montgomery Lane on Monday night.
20-year-old Jonathan Johnson was killed during this violent incident.
Now, Bossier Police have made four arrests:
20-year-old Delvon Gaston is charged with second degree murder and two unrelated outstanding warrants with a total bond of $1,850,000.00
18-year-old Da’Michael Ware is charged as accessory after the fact to second degree murder with a total bond of $1,000,000.00
Two Juvenile suspects ages 15 and 17 were both charged with second degree murder with a total bond of $1,000,000.00 each. They were transported to Ware Detention Center and booked on their charges
Gaston and Ware were booked into the BCPD jail.
Details are still somewhat sketchy at this time, but the fact remains that a shooting in Bossier City Monday night has taken the life of a Bossier City man.
In a report from the Bossier City Police Department, we learn that at approximately 11:00 pm on Monday night Bossier City Police Officers responded to a call of shots fired at 2500 Montgomery Lane.
Upon arrival, officers located one male victim that was lying in the parking lot that had sustained multiple gunshot wounds to his chest. Officers and the Bossier City Fire Department administered first aid at the scene.
The victim was then transported to Ochsner's LSU where he later succumbed to his injuries in the emergency room.
Police have identified the victim as 20-year-old Jonathan Johnson.
The police report indicates that at the time of the shooting, there were multiple suspected crime scenes located within the complex and roadway.
One victim has been arrested in connection with this homicide, however Bossier City Detectives are still searching for more suspects and additional information and request assistance from the public to help solve this crime.
Anyone with information is asked to call the BCPD at (318) 741-8605 or Crime Stoppers at (318) 424-4100. Remember, Crime Stoppers don’t want your name, just your information.
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