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Thibodaux police identify two men involved in Sunday parade shooting

Police are looking for two men who might be responsible for a shooting near a parade route in Thibodaux on Sunday. (Source: HTV) Police are looking for two men who might be responsible for a shooting near a parade route in Thibodaux on Sunday. (Source: HTV)
Quincey Johnson (Source: Thibodaux Police) Quincey Johnson (Source: Thibodaux Police)
Ryan Harris (Source: Thibodaux Police) Ryan Harris (Source: Thibodaux Police)
THIBODAUX, LA (WVUE) -

Thibodaux police have identified two men involved in a shooting during a Mardi Gras parade Sunday

Ryan Harris, 20, of Napoleonville and Quincy Johnson, 33, also of Napoleonville, La. were the two males involved in the shooting.

The shootings took place at approximately 3 p.m., near Jackson Street and Canal Boulevard, just as several thousand parade goers had gathered for a parade.

Harris, who was found wearing a bullet proof vest and was reportedly involved in a fight earlier during the day, approached Johnson and shot him in the chest.

Quincy Johnson returned fire, striking Ryan Harris on his left side.

No other parade-goers were injured.

Police recovered two handguns on the scene that were later discovered to be stolen.

Harris, who had fled the scene, was found approximately 150 yards from the shooting scene.

Quincy Johnson fell to the ground after being shot, which is where police found him.

Both men were transported to the Thibodaux Regional Medical Center for treatment. They are both in stable condition.

The parade was re-routed to avoid contamination of the crime scene and to insure the safety of our community partners. 

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