UPDATE: MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — The other suspect in this case has been identified and apprehended.
Keondrick White was booked into OCC on May 26 on eight counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder.
White is being charged with 8 counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder charges. Five of those counts are from the Wossman Shell shooting. The other three counts stem from a shooting that took place in early May.
On the above date, Monroe Police Officers responded to a shooting on the 900 block of Standifer Avenue. Officers arrived on the scene and discovered a vehicle that had been shot 6 times which caused a vehicle crash on Standifer Avenue.
According to arrest reports, two victims sustained gunshot wounds and were transported to a local hospital for treatment. The third victim, who was the driver, was not injured in the shooting.
One of the gunshot victims told detectives that Keondrick White was the front passenger in the suspect vehicle. The victim said that before the shooting he saw White get out of the front passenger door of the vehicle at the Now Save on Jackson Street.
The victim stated once they pulled out of the parking lot, the suspect’s vehicle chased them from the store to Standifer Avenue. The victim then said, the suspect vehicle pulled up beside them and the front passenger, White, began shooting.
The victim went on to say White has had “beef” with the victim driver for several years.
MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD)– On May 5, 2021 at approximately 1:00 A.M., Ouachita Parish Sheriff Office deputies responded to a shooting victim at LSU Ochsner Hospital.
When officers arrived at the hospital, it was determined the victim was shot in the left leg and left buttocks area.
According to arrest reports, throughout the investigation it was discovered there were 4 other individuals in the vehicle when the shooting took place; including a sixteen-year-old and a one-year-old in the back seat.
The arrest report states, during interviews with the other occupants of the vehicle, officers learned they were at the Wossman Shell, just off of U.S. Highway 165 prior to the shooting.
One occupant of the vehicle that was was being shot at told officers he saw a vehicle enter the parking lot and the two occupants started “mean mugging” him.
The witness says the occupants exited, then re-entered to the vehicle and left the area, at which point they left shortly after and began traveling south on U.S. Highway 165.
The witness then states, as they approached the intersection of U.S. Highway 165 and Ticheli Road, the suspects approached the driver’s side from the left lane and opened fire. The victim’s vehicle was struck approximately 5 times with the rear driver’s side passenger being shot.
Video surveillance footage from the Wossman Shell corroborated the statement of the victim.
The shooting suspect was later identified as Marvin Ahmed Williams, who has been booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center for 5 counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder.