Brothers face attempted murder after allegedly firing into Chalmette home

From left, Tremaine and Germaine Moses (Source: SBSO)
From left, Tremaine and Germaine Moses (Source: SBSO)

Two Chalmette brothers were arrested Wednesday after one of them fired six shots into a home with three children inside.

No one was injured in the shooting.

Police said Tremaine "Dudu"" Moses, 17, and his brother, Germaine "Maine'' Moses, 19, both of Juno Drive, surrendered to sheriff's detectives Wednesday after they were brought in by their mother. Each faces six counts of attempted murder.

Police said the victim walked outside of his Chalmette home to secure some bicycles and found four or five men standing in his driveway. He said he recognized two of them as the Moses brothers.

The victim said as he went to get a bicycle, Tremaine Moses pulled a handgun from his waistband and yelled at the victim to get back inside. The victim said as he turned to go inside, several shots rang out, causing him to dive inside.

Both brother were booked into the St. Bernard Parish Prison. No bond has been set.