SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - The Shreveport man accused of fatally shooting a Shreveport police officer in August has been indicted on a charge of first degree murder.
A Caddo Parish grand jury returned the indictment against 27-year-old Grover Cannon Thursday morning.
Of the 15 shots fired, one came from a 9 mm handgun. The rest came from a .40 caliber handgun. LaValley was shot 6 times.
LaValley's service weapon, Glock 22 .40 caliber handgun, has not been recovered. The reward for its recovery has been raised to $5,000.
Cannon was already wanted on a charge of attempted second degree murder from a shooting in mid-July.
Cannon remains held without bond for the first degree murder charge. His bond for second degree murder charge is $150,000. He was also charged with possession of a firearm. His bond for that charge is set at $100,000.
He is set to be arraigned on the first degree murder charge on October 26.