Woman identified in morning Shongaloo shooting

SHONGALOO – Webster Parish Sheriff’s investigators are looking into an apparent homicide when they received a call about a car crash around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Sheriff Gary Sexton said a 911 call came in regarding the crash on Henry Williams Road, between Highways 2 and 160.

“When our deputies got there and saw the amount of damage to the car, it was not enough to constitute a fatality in a wreck,” he said. “They got suspicious and the person inside the vehicle was not responsive.”

Upon further investigation, they discovered the remains of Kameka Brantley, 42, and it appeared that she’d been shot, he said.

“We learned that she lived about 100 yards up the road from there,” Sexton said.

Investigators are currently questioning a person of interest.

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