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UPDATE: 3 New Arrests Brings Total to 8 in Madison Parish Club Shooting

Three new arrests have been made in a Madison Parish club shooting that happened two weeks ago.
22-year-old Marcus Oliver (Courtesy: MPSO)
22-year-old Marcus Oliver (Courtesy: MPSO)
31-year-old Robert Holloway (Courtesy: MPSO)
31-year-old Robert Holloway (Courtesy: MPSO)
Lamar Miller (Madison Journal)
Lamar Miller (Madison Journal)
Jeremy Oliver (Madison Journal)
Jeremy Oliver (Madison Journal)
Mario Oliver (Madison Journal)
Mario Oliver (Madison Journal)
DonDee Thomas (Madison Parish Sheriff's Office)
DonDee Thomas (Madison Parish Sheriff's Office)
Henry Holloway (Madison Parish Sheriff's Office)
Henry Holloway (Madison Parish Sheriff's Office)
The 80/20 club on the Madison/Richland Parish line (Nick Lawton, KTVE/KARD)
The 80/20 club on the Madison/Richland Parish line (Nick Lawton, KTVE/KARD)
UPDATE January 29, 12:30 p.m. -- 

Madison Parish Sheriff Larry Cox confirmed to KTVE/KARD three new arrests have been made in a Madison Parish club shooting that happened more than two weeks ago.

That shooting occurred in the early morning hours of Sunday, January 12 at the 103 Klub on the Madison/Richland Parish line.

Six people were injured in that shooting, all of which have been released from local hospitals.

Since that time, five men were arrested and remain behind bars held without bond.

Now, Cox said three more men have been arrested in the last several days.

22-year-old Marcus Oliver of Tallulah, brother to already arrested suspects Mario and Jeremy Oliver, was arrested on Monday.

He is charged with 5 counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder, 1 count of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, 1 count of Possession of a Firearm on the Premises of an Alcoholic Beverage Outlet and 3 counts of Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property.

Then, 31-year-old Robert Holloway of Tallulah, brother to already arrested suspect Henry Holloway, was arrested on Tuesday.

He is charged with 5 counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder, 1 count of Possession of a Firearm on the Premises of an Alcoholic Beverage Outlet and 3 counts of Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property.

Finally, 20-year-old Ronnie Hendrix of Tallulah was arrested Wednesday.

He is charged with 5 counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder, 1 count of Possession of a Firearm on the Premises of an Alcoholic Beverage Outlet and 3 counts of Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property.

These three new arrests bring the total of arrested suspects to eight. All are currently behind bars held without bond.

Cox said the investigation still continues from here. While Cox said the shooting was not gang-related, the shooting was between two different groups of people.

Keep it tuned to KTVE/KARD as we continue to bring you all the latest developments.


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UPDATE:

A fifth arrest was made around 5:45 p.m. in connection to the Madison Parish shooting.

Lamar Miller, 26, was arrested Tuesday evening.

Two more arrests were made late Monday night. The Madison Parish Sheriff's Office arrested 32-year old Mario Oliver and 25-year old Jeremy Oliver.

All three men are from Tallulah.

Like the other suspects, the three men are facing five counts of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, one count of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and three counts Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property.

The Madison Parish Sheriff's Office is expecting more arrests.

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Jan. 13

Major Neal Horath with the Madison Parish Sheriff's Office has confirmed to KTVE/KARD two arrests have been made in the Sunday morning bar shootings at the 103 Klub, formerly the 80/20 Club.

That shooting injured six people. Four of them have now been released from local hospitals.

"Yesterday, we started interviews and it led to where we had arrrested Henry Holloway. He was arrested for five counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder. Also arrested was DonDeeThomas. He was arrested today around lunch for the same charge," Horath said.

Horath said they arrested 22-year-old Henry Holloway Sunday afternoon and  34-year-old DonDee Thomas Monday at noon.

Horath said both were shooters that morning and deputies still have warrants out for several other suspects at this time.

Holloway and Thomas were both charged with five counts of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, one count of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and three counts Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property.

Horath said each of the attempted murder charges carries a punishment of up to 50 years in prison.

Deputies said Holloway and Thomas were both in one group and the shooting was an altercation between two different groups that started outside the club and then went inside.

Horath said they will continue searching for the remaining suspects and interviewing witnesses.

"We're looking for the other suspects in this crime, plus we're taking statements from witnesses and people that are coming forth with more information," he said.

While six people recover from their wounds, authorities said they're thankful that violent night wasn't any worse.

"Four of the six were released and lucky there wasn't more," said Horath.

Right now, deputies said they want to get the suspects that were in the other group in the fight to get their side of the story.

Deputies are not releasing the names of the people they're actively search for at this moment.

Two of the gunshot victims remain hospitalized and their condition is unknown at this time.


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MADISON PARISH -- The Madison Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting at a club this weekend that left six people wounded.

The sheriff's office said it happened around 3 a.m. early Sunday morning at the 80/20 club located on the 3600 block of Highway 80 W. at the Madison/Richland Parish line.

Deputies said six people were wounded in the shooting. They were taken to hospitals in Delhi and Madison Parish.

Deputies said four of the victims have been treated and released, while two victims remain hospitalized. Their condition is unknown at this time.

The Madison Parish Sheriff's Office said the investigation continues, as they expect multiple arrests.
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