BOSSIER CITY, LA (KSLA) - Three people were arrested after police responded to a “shots fired” call in Bossier City. It happened around 9:30 p.m. Sunday at a home in the 500 block of Colquitt Street.
Authorities received a call that several people were arguing outside of the home, when gunfire erupted.
Officers arrived on the scene and detained two people, who were believed to be involved in the incident. The Special Operations Services Unit was activated after one officer saw a male suspect, armed with a gun, go into the home.
Officers went door to door to ensure that nearby residents were out of harm’s way. Traffic on East Texas Street near Colquitt was temporarily redirected.
After nearly two hours, officers made contact with two suspects at the residence and took them into custody. They have been identified as 31-year-old Gregory Patrick Moody, of 3513 Pleasant Drive in Shreveport and Kiera Dontray Moody, 26, of 4903 Wahlin Drive in Bossier City.
G. Moody was arrested for simple battery and a warrant from the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office. K. Moody was arrested for simple battery as well.
The third suspect was identified as 26-year-old Devon Reshad Howard, of 505 Colquitt. He was arrested for illegal discharge of a firearm.
During the subsequent investigation, officers found evidence all three were engaged in an argument when G. Moody and K. Moody struck a male victim and Howard discharged a firearm in the air.
This is an ongoing investigation.