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1 arrested, 1 sought in fatal Gibson shooting

Carl Hayes, 29, was booked in the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex for one count of second degree murder. Carl Hayes, 29, was booked in the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex for one count of second degree murder.
Police are still looking for 26-year-old Kenny Wayne Veal in connection with the June 13 shooting. Veal should be considered “armed and dangerous,” deputies say. Police are still looking for 26-year-old Kenny Wayne Veal in connection with the June 13 shooting. Veal should be considered “armed and dangerous,” deputies say.
GIBSON, LA (WVUE) -

A man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Gibson, Louisiana turned himself into authorities on Monday evening.

Carl Hayes, 29, was booked in the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Complex for one count of second degree murder. His bond has been set at $500,000.

Police are still looking for 26-year-old Kenny Wayne Veal in connection with the June 13 shooting. Veal should be considered “armed and dangerous,” deputies say.

The incident occurred Saturday at 10:28 a.m. in the 5200 block of North Bayou Black Drive. The shooting claimed the life of 68-year-old Roosevelt "Rooster" Stewart.

Anyone with information on Veal's whereabouts is asked to contact the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office Detective Bureau at 985-876-2500 or Bayou Region Crime Stoppers at 1-800-743-7433.

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