UPDATE: Suspect arrested for Monroe homicide

MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - UPDATE: March 30, 2017

Courtesy: MPD
Courtesy: MPD

Police arrested Malcom Harvey for the shooting of Jaquarrius Holland.
Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office made the arrest late Monday afternoon. Harvey was booked at Ouachita Correctional Center in Monroe. Harvey is charged with Second Degree Murder.

There's no word on a bond amount at this time.

UPDATE:
Monroe Police Department has issued a warrant for Malcom Harvey.

On February 19, 2017 at 8:00 PM Monroe police officers responded to a shooting that occurred at 3902 Grammont Street. Officers arrived at the scene and found a black victim lying unconscious with a single gunshot wound to the head; the victim would be identified as Jaquarrius Holland.

The investigation would reveal that Malcom Derricktavios Harvey got into a verbal altercation and shot Jaquarrius Holland; Harvey fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival. Holland was taken to St. Francis medical center and pronounced dead.

Monroe police began a search for Harvey, but he has not been located at this time. A warrant for the charge of Second Degree murder has been signed by the 4th Judicial District Court for the arrest of Malcom Harvey.

Anyone with any information regarding his whereabouts should contact the Monroe Police Department at (318) 329-2600, MPD Facebook, YourMPD or the MyPD phone app.

A person may also contact Crime Stoppers at (318) 388-CASH. If your tip leads to an arrest and/or indictment, you will be eligible to receive a cash reward up to $2,000. Your information remains confidential; you never leave your name and you never appear in court.
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Previous Report:
One person is dead after a homicide in Monroe Sunday night around 8 P.M. on the 3900 Block of Grammont Street.

Monroe PD tells KNOE the number of people involved and the way victim was killed is still unknown.

The investigation is still ongoing.



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