NPD Responds To Four Persons Being Shot

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Shortly before, midnight officers of the Natchitoches Police Department responded to a reported shooting at the dead end of Caspari St. Upon arrival officers discovered, fifty-seven year old, Ronald G. Green, with a gunshot to his head. Mr. Green was later pronounced deceased by the Natchitoches Parish Coroner’s Office.

In addition, three additional persons had apparently been transported to Natchitoches Regional Medical Center by private vehicle. Two male victims sustained gunshot wounds to the abdomen and an additional victim sustained a gunshot to the rear of his neck. The current conditions of the three victims are not known. In addition, the names of all three victims are being withheld at this time due to the nature of the investigation.

The Natchitoches Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division was contacted and is diligently investigating the shootings, at this time no additional information shall be released. The Natchitoches Police Department is urging anyone who has information about the shootings to contact the Natchitoches Police Department at (318) 352-8101 or you may contact the Natchitoches Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division, Detective Sergeant William Connell at (318) 238-3911. All calls shall be kept confidential.

Authorized for release by:
Chief Micky Dove 12/12/2018

9 thoughts on “NPD Responds To Four Persons Being Shot

  1. if parents raised their kids properly that would big a huge beginning,stay off drugs be leaders not followers have more activitys not get with bad crowds.
    all they want to do today his get high and rob.

  2. gotta love the variety in Natchitoches this time of year,Christmas festival,lights,murder.Just so much to do and enjoy .
    Merry Christmas big baller !!

    • It’s our modern youth group, undereducated over pampered “duh” mentality, fifth generation welfare, food stamp, free rent and medicine, never work rejects, gun carrying, “disagree with me, I shoot you” immediately “ at work. Thanks, oh wonderful wizards of Washington.

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