Two people have been arrested in Bossier City for attempted murder. The incident took place On the afternoon of June 19, 2021. Bossier Police responded to the scene of a shooting on John Wesley Boulevard where one man was suffering from a gunshot wound to his chest. The man was transported to Oschner LSU Health Shreveport, and is still recovering today.
The two suspects were later identified by Detectives with the Violent Crime Unit as, 23-year old Samantha Williams of Shreveport, LA, and 26-year old Lewilliam Adger, of Princeton, LA. Williams was taken in to custody on Monday (6/21/21) for her attempted first-degree murder warrant.
On Thursday, (6/24/21) 26-year old Lewilliam Adger was booked in to Bossier City jail on the attempted murder warrants, as well as possession of schedule I (methamphetamine), monetary instrument abuse, and on a fugitive warrant for the Shreveport Police Department.
Members of the US Marshals Fugitive Apprehension Task Force spotted Adger in an SUV in Shreveport and initiated a vehicle stop with the assistance of the Shreveport Police Department. Shreveport police followed the vehicle into Bossier City. The driver pulled over at the intersection of Diamond Jacks Boulevard near I-20 where police took Adger into custody.
During the attempted murder investigation detectives found that the victim was inside of a vehicle with Williams and Adger attempting to make a $100 purchase of methamphetamine when he was shot in the chest by Adger. Adger and Williams then fled in the vehicle leaving the victim in the parking lot.
The investigation is ongoing.
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