Arrest made in Queensborough double-shooting - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

Arrest made in Queensborough double-shooting

La'Darrius Lee, 18. (Source: Shreveport Police) La'Darrius Lee, 18. (Source: Shreveport Police)
The shooting happened just after 6:30 Friday near the intersection of Darien at San Jacinto. The shooting happened just after 6:30 Friday near the intersection of Darien at San Jacinto.
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

A teenager is jailed for his role in a double-shooting Friday evening in Shreveport.

The shooting happened in the 3400 block of Darien Street around 6:30 p.m.

La'Darrius Lee, 18, was arrested shortly after the incident at a home about a block away.  He was booked into the Shreveport city jail on two counts of attempted second degree murder.

Police investigators say Lee opened fire on a group of people, striking two of them.  A woman was shot in the chest and a man in the leg.

Authorities are still trying to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The conditions of the victims and their names have not been released.

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