Police detectives have arrested a Desoto Parish man in connection with a stabbing that left two children recovering from non-life-threatening injuries.

 
At approximately 10:40 p.m. on June 16, 2012, Shreveport Police patrol officers were dispatched to a home in the 3000 block of Dallas Street relative to a stabbing.  Upon arrival, patrolmen found a 17 year old male and a 14 year old female suffering from stab wounds.  Both teenagers were transported to LSUHSC  by the Shreveport Fire Department with what were initially believed to be serious injuries. Authorities now report the victims are expected to make a full recovery.
 
Investigators immediately responded and, based on information gathered during the early stages of their inquiry, learned 42 year old Darron Jack accosted the victims during some sort of dispute over loud music.  Apparently the teens' mother had asked Jack to turn down his music at which time he became aggressive towards her and when the children attempted to intervene, he stabbed them.  Jack, who fled the scene of the crime prior to police arrival, was apprehended a short time later when he returned to the home on Dallas Street. Darron Jack, of the 4600 block of Red Bluff Road in Gloster, Louisiana, was subsequently charged with two counts of aggravated battery.
Jack was taken to LSU-Health for treatment of unspecified ailments and, upon completion of his treatment, will be booked into the Shreveport City Jail.