Three Suspects Arrested In Lindholm Street Homicide In Shreveport
A suspect was arrested in connection with a deadly shooting that left one man dead and another injured.
Back during the evening of January 19, Shreveport Police responded to the 3000 block of Lindholm Street relative to a shooting. Officers located two adult males suffering from gunshot injuries. The victims, identified as Nicholas Toms and Jacob Decamp, were transported to Ochsner LSU Medical Health. Decamp is in stable condition and Toms later died from his injuries.
Violent Crimes and Crime Scene Investigators responded to this location and began their investigation.
The preliminary investigation suggested that the shooting occurred following a fight over a “gun deal”.
Throughout a nearly two week investigation, Violent Crimes Investigators were able to identify Dontreal York (07/02/2001) as a suspect in this shooting. An arrest warrant was procured for Dontreal York charging him with one count of Second Degree Murder and one count of Attempted First Degree Murder.
This weekend, Detectives with the assistance of the US Marshals Task Force and Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office were able to locate York and take him into custody in Bossier Parish. Following an interview with detectives, York was booked into the Shreveport City Jail. This is still an on-going investigation.
Shreveport Police made a second arrest. Investigators identified Tremarcus McKenney (DOB 01/02/2001) as another suspect in connection with the homicide on Lindholm Street. McKenney was taken into custody. Following an interview with investigators, he was booked into the Shreveport City Jail for one count of Second Degree Murder and one count of Attempted First Degree Murder.
Shreveport Police have made a third arrest. Investigators arrested Shadonald McKenney (09/19/1998) at her residence. Shadonald faces charges along with Dontreal York and Tremarcus McKenney who have also been arrested. Following an interview with investigators, she was booked into the Shreveport City Jail for one count of Second Degree Murder and one count of Accessory After the Fact.