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One shooting suspect turns self in to police


Minden Police have made one more arrest in connection with recent shootings, while another still remains at large.
Russell Buffett, 20, turned himself in to authorities Wednesday after police issued a “be on the lookout” report.
He is charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder and Illegal Carrying and Discharge of Weapons. His bond is set at $400,000.00.

Buffett is accused of shooting Laquarius Martin in the back in the 900 block of Carolina Street Sunday.

Police are still asking the public to be on the lookout for Daron Dejuan Adams, 19. He is set to be charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder and Illegal Carrying and Discharge of Weapons.

Adams is accused of shooting Sharman Shehee in the face in the 700 block of Pershing Street Monday evening. Minden Chief of Police Steve Cropper said Shehee was shot in the face, just below the nose.

“She’s in ICU. The information we’re getting is she is going to survive, but she is in ICU on a vent,” Cropper said Tuesday.

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