Natchitoches Police investigate (another) shooting at local convenience store

The Natchitoches Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place Friday night in the parking lot of 1205 Texas Street (Super Stop).

On March 13, 2020 around 11:43 p.m., officers with the Natchitoches Police Department noticed a vehicle with its emergency flashers on pull into the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center. As officers made contact with the driver they were told that a 14 year old was in the back seat suffering from several gunshot wounds. The occupants of the vehicle told officers that while they were inside Super Stop an unknown individual began to shoot at their parked vehicle. This resulted in the 14 year old being struck by bullets who was still sitting in the car.

The 14 year old was transported from the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center in serious condition to a hospital in Shreveport.

The Natchitoches Police Department will release more details as they become available.

If you have additional information in regards to this investigation please contact the Natchitoches Police Department at (318) 352-8101 or Detective William Connell at (318) 238-3911. Remember all information given shall remain confidential.

Officer John Greely
Natchitoches Police Department

Release Date: March 14, 2020


6 thoughts on “Natchitoches Police investigate (another) shooting at local convenience store

  1. It is so sad that another child has been shot in natchitoches. Natchitoches is my hometown and I hate to hear how bad things are getting. Things are getting bad everywhere, not just in natchitoches . My prayers go up for the young man and his family. May God keep his loving arms of protection around you all.

  2. This is absolutely a shame. A child is fighting for their life. Raise your kids better and stop the violence a life is something that can never be replaced. Prayers for the victim.

  3. Is this for real? Is this what our community has come to? Please people stop with all the hate and violence.

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