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Shreveport man wanted for attempted murder captured

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Keynon Frazier, 18 (Source: Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office) Keynon Frazier, 18 (Source: Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office)
Ricky Blomgreen, 26 (Source: Caddo Sheriff's Office) Ricky Blomgreen, 26 (Source: Caddo Sheriff's Office)
Vincent Efferson, 26 (Source: Caddo Sheriff's Office) Vincent Efferson, 26 (Source: Caddo Sheriff's Office)
Deputies were called to a convenience store at West 70th Street and Buncombe Road on November 25 for a report of a shooting. Deputies were called to a convenience store at West 70th Street and Buncombe Road on November 25 for a report of a shooting.
MONROE, LA (KSLA) -

A Shreveport man wanted for attempted murder in November shooting that left 2 people injured has finally been captured.

According to the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office, 18-year-old Keynon Frazier was taken into custody early Saturday morning by Ouachita Parish deputies in a hotel parking lot in Monroe.

Detectives have identified him as one of the men involved in a shooting November 25 at a house in the 5400 block of Asbury Lane in Shreveport.

Detectives say the shooting took place during a robbery involving drugs, and while deputies were initially called to a convenience store at West 70th Street and Buncombe Rd. for the shooting, they later determined that it happened at the home on Asbury Lane.

One of the residents of that home, 26-year-old Ricky Blomgreen, and 26-year-old Vincent Efferson were both injured in the shooting.

Blomgreen was arrested for manufacturing and distribution of schedule I and illegal carrying of a weapon with a controlled dangerous substance. Efferson is charged with attempted first degree murder. Another resident of the home, 28-year-old Whitney Cox, is charged with obstruction of justice and criminal mischief.

A warrant was issued for Frazier's arrest in December, with bond on the warrant set at $300,000.

The Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office put out another call for information on Frazier's whereabouts on February 11. According to CPSO, it was information gathered by deputies that finally led to his arrest in Monroe.

Frazier was transferred back to Caddo Parish from Ouachita Parish early Tuesday afternoon.  

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