RUSTON, La. (KNOE 8 News) - UPDATE: Sept. 3, 2015 at 12pm:
Monroe Police arrested Zaterrius Minor, 20 years old, for attempted 2nd degree murder for the shooting that happened in Grambling earlier this week.
Minor has been booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center and will be returned to Lincoln Parish to face this charge.
The investigation on this shooting is on-going. Should anyone have any further information, please contact the Grambling Police at 318-247-3772 or Crime Stoppers at 318-255-1111.
UPDATE: Sept. 2, 2015 at 2pm:
Tuesday evening, Grambling Police arrested Tre' Stevenson Jones for attempted 2nd degree murder and careless operation of a motor vehicle.
23-year-old Jones lives in Monroe, but is registered as a student at Grambling State University.
Police believe the shooting was over a bad drug deal that happened in the dormitory area on the GSU campus.
Grambling Police have also issued a warrant on attempted murder for Zaterrius Minor. The 20-year-old is also from Monroe and lives on Woodale Drive. Police say he should be considered armed and dangerous. Records indicate he is also currently attending classes at GSU through the Bossier Parish Community College.
UPDATE: Sept. 1, 2015 at 6pm:
A 22-year-old Shreveport man was the target of a shooting after having words with another man near the GSU campus. Tuesday night police are still looking for the shooter.
Grambling Police report that around 8:30 Tuesday morning they responded to the 200 block of Louisiana Highway 150 for a report of shorts being fired at a vehicle near the public works parking lot.
The driver, 22-year-old Thomas Quentin of Shreveport had words with another man who pulled a firearm causing Quentin to leave the area.
Quentin drove to the Grambling Public Works parking lot. That's when police say the suspect arrived in a Crown Victoria and fired multiple shots at Quentin's vehicle.
The shooter fled in his vehicle, but lost control and crashed in Ruston. That's when witnesses say the shooter ran off into a wooded area.
During a search by land and air, the suspect was not located. Anyone with information on the suspect's whereabouts is asked to contact Grambling Police at 318-247-3772.
Quentin's car was damaged in the shooting, but no one was seriously injured.
UPDATE: Sept. 1, 2015 at 12pm:
KNOE is told there were two vehicles traveling near each other, when the victim pulled into the Grambling Police Department seeking safe haven, that is when shots were fired.
The victim's car was shot at, blowing out the rear windows and bullets went through the car's headrest.
A police chase followed. One suspect bailed out of the shooter's vehicle and that is who police are seeking.
Grambling Police and Ruston Police are searching an area near Louisiana Tech for a suspect. They called for the LSP helicopter for aerial support.
There are no lockdowns at Tech that we know of and no reported injuries.
Louisiana tech is warning students that a search for a shooting suspect is underway.
In a text message to students, the alert says a shooting has been reported in Grambling. A suspect is on foot and a manhunt in underway in a wooded area north of Hideaway Park.
Apparently, the suspect crashed a car and then ran into a wooded area.
Grambling Police are searching for the suspect and a helicopter is surveying the area to see if they can spot the person.
No one has been reported to be injured.
Students are advised to avoid that area and stand by for updates. The search is off campus and the school is operating under its normal schedule.
KNOE has a crew in Ruston and will have more information as this story develops.