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Second arrest in Orchard Street shooting investigation

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel 5) - A second arrest has been made in the Orchard Street shooting investigation.

Police said they arrested Shedrick D. Metoyer, 19, of Alexandria on Wednesday.  He is charged with one count of principal second degree murder, one count of firearm possession by felon and one count of possession of a stolen firearm.

Police believe Metoyer aided and abetted in the commission of the crime.

The first arrest in the case was a 16-year-old from Alexandria. The juvenile was charged with one count of second degree murder.

The shooting occurred on Orchard Street on Monday, Sept. 23 around 9:46 p.m.  Officers found 19- year-old Antonio Jones shot. He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Detectives and the crime scene unit were called in to assist.

The investigation is ongoing. No other information has been released.

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