NPD- On Feb. 28 the Natchitoches Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division arrested Brandon Harris, 17, Johnathan Brisker, 17, Byron Handy, 17, and Denzel Russell, 17, all of Coushatta for their involvement in a fight in Natchitoches on Feb. 8. Each subject was charged with second degree battery and placed in the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center. All four subjects have bonded out.
This investigation is still ongoing at this time. Anyone with any information in this case may contact Detective Terry Johnson at (318)357-3858.
Original Story: NPD Investigates Shooting at Local Restaurant
On Friday, February 8, 2019 shortly after 11:00 PM the Natchitoches Police Department responded
to the Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Restaurant located on Keyser Ave. in reference to a large fight in progress in which shots had been reported fired. Units from the police department immediately responded to the scene discovering a male subject lying on the ground unconscious as a result of a physical altercation. The male subject was later transported to the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center to seek treatment.
The police department was then alerted of a male subject, eighteen year old, Quasey Washington, who had been shot in the foot during the altercation at the Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Restaurant. Mr. Washington advised authorities that while he and a friend attempted to flee the scene of the altercation he was struck in the foot by a bullet.
This investigation remains under current investigation however, the Natchitoches Police Department is urging any citizen with information in reference to this shooting to please contact the Natchitoches Police Department directly at (318) 352-8101 or you may contact Detective Commander Jeff Townson of the Natchitoches Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division at (318) 357-3852. All calls shall be kept confidential.
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