Police ID Suspect In Kelly St. Shooting - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2

Police ID Suspect In Kelly St. Shooting

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ALEXANDRIA, La. – APD has identified a suspect in connection to the early morning shooting Thursday on Kelly Street.

On Thursday evening, detectives say APD has an active warrant out for the arrest of John Edward Harrison for attempted second-degree murder.

Alexandria police responded to a report of shots fired on Kelly Street just before 9 a.m. Thursday morning.

Witnesses say two men were arguing when one man pulled out a gun and started shooting. They also say at least six shots were fired, but no one was injured. 

This is a developing story. Watch NewsChannel 5 at 10 p.m. tonight for the latest. Also, for continuing coverage on this story, please refer to http://www.kalb.com and @kalbtv5. Join the conversation on Twitter at #kalb5.

 

APD is requesting that if anyone has any information, call the listed numbers below:

 

  • APD Detectives 318-441-6426
  • APD 318-449-5099
  • Crime Stoppers 318-442-7867
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