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Three men arrested in Blvd. de Province shooting

Qwenton Bureau (Source: EBRSO) Qwenton Bureau (Source: EBRSO)
Keithin Johnson (Source: EBRSO) Keithin Johnson (Source: EBRSO)
Troy Rhines (Source: EBRSO) Troy Rhines (Source: EBRSO)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Three people have been arrested in a deadly shooting on Boulevard de Province that happened in early April.

21-year-old Keithin Johnson and 20-year-old Troy Rhines have both been charged with accessory after-the-fact in the killing of Jonathan Robinson.

20-year-old Qwenton Bureau is the accused trigger-man in the shooting. He is now being charged with negligent homicide.

Bureau was originally arrested on April 9 for negligent injury after he allegedly shot his friend in the head accidentally when he fired a gun multiple times in the air to break up a fight.

According to the probable cause report, Bureau and the victim were in the BREC park on Boulevard de Province at roughly 11:45 p.m. on April 8th. An alleged fight broke out and investigators say Bureau admitted to firing a gun in the air four times.

Officers said Robinson was found lying in a parking lot. He was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries and later died on April 14.

All three men have been booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison. No word on if any bonds have been set.

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