SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Loud explosions that rocked a Shreveport apartment complex Sunday evening led to the arrest of two men, who now face felony charges.
Shreveport Fire investigators say they and Shreveport Police got a call to the Colony Square Apartments in the 3000 block of Colquitt Road about 5 pm Sunday. Once there, investigators say they found pieces of a homemade bomb. The debris included PVC piping, electrical tape, and a pencil used to guide the missile. Investigators found some of the pieces 240 feet away from the detonation point.
No injuries were reported.
Twenty-one-year-old Justin Baugh and 22-year-old Matthew Williams, both of Shreveport, were found a short time later at the intersection of Mansfield Road and Summer Grove. According to investigators, the men said they did not know what they did was illegal.