GUILTY LA - Deshawn Butler, 25, & Deshawn Kinard, 7 mos, shot to death, 13 Nov 2013

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  1. Darkman00

    Darkman00 New Member

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    11/14/13 02:20 AM ET EST [​IMG]

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    ASSOCIATED PRESS
    A ship passes under the Crescent City Connection bridge on the Mississippi
    River near where a man and a baby were fatally shot on Wednesday. (AP
    Photo/Alex Brandon)


    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A man and a 7-month-old boy have been fatally shot in an apparent ambush on a New Orleans bridge.

    Police spokesman Frank B. Robertson III told The Associated Press that someone opened fire on the 25-year-old man Wednesday night as he rode in the back seat of a black Honda Accord on the Crescent City Connection bridge.

    Robertson says the boy was in a car seat beside the man. He says a woman who was driving and another woman who was a front-seat passenger were not hurt.

    The boy was taken to a hospital, where he died.

    The shooting happened just past the toll plaza area on the West Bank entrance to the bridge.

    Robertson says police do not have a named suspect, but believe the shooter knew the man.


    Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/1...n_4271768.html
     
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    New Orleans police examine a car with a shot-out rear window as they investigate a shooting on the Crescent City Connection which left a man and an infant dead on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. New Orleans police spokesman Officer Frank B. Robertson III says the shooting was an apparent ambush that occurred while the man was driving. (AP Photo/Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


    NEW ORLEANS — A man and his 7-month-old son were fatally shot in an apparent ambush near a New Orleans bridge spanning the Mississippi River, and authorities are offering a $15,000 reward for tips leading to whoever shot them.

    Gang activity may be behind the shooting of DeShawn Butler, 25, and his son, DeShawn Kinard, Police Chief Ronal Serpas said Thursday.

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    The gunfire is believed to have come from a black sport utility vehicle with at least two people inside, Serpas said at a news conference. Butler was hit four times; his son, once.

    Police do not have a named suspect but believe the shooter knew Butler. Police would not say whether Butler had been armed.

    "Our multi-agency gang unit has been investigating a dispute between two groups known as the Fischer Fools and the Hot Block," Serpas said...............

    Read more:

    http://www.wral.com/man-boy-die-afte...idge/13109547/
     
  4. fran

    fran Former Member

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    DeShawn Butler, killed Wed. night, was a member of feuding gang, NOPD said

    New Orleans police believe that DeShawn Butler, the 25-year-old man killed with his infant child in a drive-by shooting Wednesday night, was a member of a gang called the Fischer Fools, at war with another group called the Hot Block, NOPD Superintendent Ronal Serpas said Thursday.

    Both groups are based in Algiers and are among the 40 street gangs recently targeted by police.

    full article at link ........... http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/home/7584553-172/deshawn-butler-member-of-feuding
     
  5. JusticeWillBeServed

    JusticeWillBeServed Well-Known Member

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    December 2014:

    Suspect in drive-by shooting that killed man, infant pleads guilty, gets 40 years

    http://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/news/article_c6d04778-339f-511e-b5b4-bfc385dd9c4d.html

    Not sure if the charges against Kevin Thomas are still pending or if he pleaded as well.
     

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