10 people shot after Bogalusa Mardi Gras parade
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Ten people were shot following the MCCA Mardi Gras parade in Bogalusa on Feb. 26, police say.
The shooting happened around 6:28 p.m. at the intersection of MLK Drive and East 4th Street.
The injuries range from minor to serious. Nobody has died.
Several vehicles and a storefront were damaged by gunshots.
Police say Less Dillon, 41, opened fire at a group of people in front of a store. The shooting began as a domestic dispute and most of the victims were unintended bystanders, police say. Bystanders reportedly returned fire. Dillon was seriously injured and was airlifted to a hospital.
After being released from the hospital, Dillon was arrested and is being held on multiple charges pending transport back to Bogalusa.
Dillon has been arrested 18 times since 2003 on a variety of charges, including domestic violence, weapons, and narcotics charges.
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