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Shootout in Queensborough leaves one injured

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

Shreveport Police say one man was hit in the arm during a shootout between two groups of men Tuesday in the Queensborough neighborhood.

Shots rang out about 6 p.m. in the 3000 block of Darien Street, where police say an 19-year-old Earnest Henson was struck in the process. He was taken to LSU Health with non-life threatening injuries.

Police say Henson told them that he saw a masked gunman wearing a dark-hooded sweatshirt fire shots in his direction prior to his being shot.

But several witnesses at the scene told police of varying accounts of the shooting, which included hearing guns shots, while others reported witnessing an exchange of gunfire between two groups of men.  There are no suspects identified or apprehended in this shooting.

As the investigation continues, authorities urge anyone with information about this crime to contact Shreveport-Caddo Crime Stoppers at 673-7373 or detectives at 673-6955.

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