SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Shreveport police have issued an arrest warrant for second-degree murder for the boyfriend of the woman shot and killed in her Shreve Island home on Wednesday.
Police believe 58-year-old Mark Colby is responsible for shooting 53-year-old Angela Godley multiple times in the upper body in the home they shared in the 1900 block of Bayou Drive.
Officers were called to the home just after 3 p.m. after getting a call from a friend of Godley's, who had grown concerned after not being able to reach her for several hours. The friend reportedly discovered the body when she went to Godley's home to check on her.
Colby works at a Noble Savage in downtown Shreveport. Detectives and US Marshals searched inside the business late Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Authorities believe he has fled the area.
Many close to the couple described the two as a match set. Now with Godley gone and Colby nowhere to be found, the positivity of that match now hangs in the balance.
Godley's family doesn't have much to say as the search continues for Colby.