HOLDEN, LA (WAFB) - Two teens and a juvenile were arrested after a drive-by shooting in Holden early Wednesday morning. Deputies with the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office say seven people were in the home during the drive-by.
Sheriff Jason Ard says, 'It was learned numerous shots were fired at the home. Several bullets penetrated the exterior wall, traveling through two interior walls then lodging in a wooden bed frame. One bullet grazed the arm of a person in the residence. The wound did not require medical attention.' Seven individuals were in the mobile home at the time of the shooting.
After the shooting, the subjects involved fled the area. Shortly after, the suspect vehicle crashed into a ditch.
Deputies with the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office were dispatched to the shooting. While en route, they drove up on the vehicle in the ditch. Upon questioning the subjects in the vehicle, it was learned they were the ones responsible for the drive-by shooting.
At this point, two subjects were taken into custody.
Breanna Hendry, 18, of Hammond LA, and an unnamed juvenile were each arrested on seven counts of attempted first degree murder, and three counts of assault by drive-by shooting.
Hendry is in the Livingston Parish Detention Center on an $850,000 bond.
The juvenile is currently in the Florida Parishes Detention Center.
During the investigation, deputies learned a third person was involved and ran from the scene.
Deputies say 17-year-old Christian Traylor of Holden, later turned himself in and was booked into the Livingston Parish Detention Center on seven counts of attempted first degree murder and three counts of assault by drive-by shooting. His bond has been set at $850,000.
Sheriff says, "We also leaned the trio drove by the residence on three different occasions firing shots into the home. A motive at this point is still unclear."
The shooting is under investigation and more charges are expected to be filed.