CULLEN — The suspected triggerman in Monday’s shooting, which left one man dead, has turned himself into authorities.
Alan Marvelle Lewis, 24, surrendered Tuesday afternoon and was booked into the Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center on a charge of second-degree murder, Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton said.
Lewis is accused in the fatal shooting of Londell Moore, 27, of Cullen. Moore was shot twice with a .380-caliber handgun following a confrontation with Lewis, Sexton said.
“Witness stated Lewis and the victim had a verbal argument and Lewis pulled a gun from his back and shot twice, hitting the victim once in the left back side of his head. The victim was dead on officers’ arrival on scene,” Cullen Police Chief
Mary Hoof told KTBS TV-3.
Lewis was out on bond following an arrest on charges of convicted felon in possession of a firearm and illegal use of a firearm.
He remains in BDCC on a $750,000 bond.