Bossier City Police have released more details from a shooting that left three people injured, including a teenager.
Police say the incident on March 12 stemmed from an ongoing argument between Dominique Browne, 25, and Rand Robinson and Rodney Robinson, both 33.
According to witness statements, the Robinson brothers came to the 1200 block of Burchett and an argument began between the men. During the incident, both parties started shooting at each other. Browne was shot in the leg. A 13-year-old female was shot in the leg and a 56-year-old female was shot in the face. All victims are being treated for their wounds (non-life threatening) and are expect to make a full recovery.
A criminal warrant has been issued for Randy Robinson for Aggravated Assault with a Firearm.
A criminal warrant has been issued for Rodney Robinson for Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, and Carrying of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.
Chris Browne, Dominique Brown’s brother, was arrested for Obstruction of Justice after taking Dominique’s gun form the scene in an attempt to hide the weapon.
Dominique Browne was charged with Aggravated Second Degree Battery, Carrying a Weapon by Convicted Felon, and for a Parole Violation.
The Bossier City Police responded to a shooting Saturday afternoon in the 1200 block of Burchett Street in the Bossier Annex Subdivision.
Responding Officers observed three victims to be injured with apparent gunshot wounds. All three victims were transported to University Health for treatment.
The victims are a 13-year-old female, a 25-year-old male and a 56-year-old female. They are being treated at this time for non-life threatening injuries, and are expected to recover.
Bossier City Detectives are still sorting out details. Bossier City Crime Scene Unit is processing the area for evidence.
There are reports of more than one shooter, and at least two vehicles have been damaged. Investigators have several witnesses to interview; and leads to follow at this time.
Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Bossier Crimestoppers at 318-424-4100 or visit www.bossiercrimestoppers.org.