Fistfight, gunfire erupt after dog allegedly relieves itself
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Gunfire and a street fight broke out after a dog reportedly relieved itself on someone's yard.
Now three people face charges.
And one of them remains in Shreveport City Jail.
Police got a report just before noon Monday about people fighting in the road in the 3500 block of Hardy Street in Shreveport.
Then came reports of gunshots at the same location in the city's Queensborough neighborhood.
The confrontation began with 42-year-old Tamiko Warf and 29-year-old Gregory Warf getting angry and into an argument and fistfight with 28-year-old Tea Shantrenieal Darby over Darby's dog allegedly relieving itself in the Warfs' yard, authorities said.
Several bystanders tried to stop the fight.
At some point, Gregory Warf allegedly got a 9mm handgun from his house and fired it multiple times into a tree in his yard.
No one was wounded.
Investigators later seized the firearm and found several shell casings.
Officers arrested Gregory Warf, of the 3500 block of Hardy Street, at 11:53 a.m. Monday then booked him at 2:15 p.m. on one count each of illegal use of a weapon and disturbing the peace, booking records show.
He remains in jail.
Darby, of the 2600 block of Village Lane in Bossier City, was released on bond after being was arrested at 12:37 p.m. then booked on a charge of disturbing the peace by fighting.
And Tamiko Warf, also of the 3500 block of Hardy Street, was released after being issued a summons on a charge of disturbing the peace by fighting.
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