A trio of suspects is behind bars in connection with a spurt of gunfire Thursday morning in West Shreveport.
Police said Darryl Davis, 24 of the 600 block of Harrison Street, started firing shots at 17-year-old Devaria Johnson of the 6500 block of Southern Avenue, during a fight.
It happened just before 11 a.m. at the Harrison Street location.
Davis, Johnson and another man allegedly involved, Keshawn Fisher, 18 of the 400 block of W. 64th Street, fled on foot when officers arrived. Police caught the men after a brief chase.
A gun believed to be the one Davis used was found at the scene. He was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm.
Johnson and Fisher were each charged with resisting an officer. All three are being held at the Shreveport City Jail.
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