Deputies arrest suspect in Four Corners shooting - WAFB 9 News Baton Rouge, Louisiana News, Weather, Sports

Deputies arrest suspect in Four Corners shooting

Kendall Hines (Source: St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office) Kendall Hines (Source: St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office)
MORGAN CITY, LA (WAFB) -

Detectives said an arrest has been made in connection with a shooting that sent two people to the hospital Sunday.

The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office reported Kendall Hines, 34, of Jeanerette, was taken into custody Wednesday evening.

Deputies said he is believed to have been involved in a shooting on Jones Road No. 1 in the Four Corners area. Investigators said a 30-year-old man with a gunshot wound was found on the ground. They added he was taken to Lafayette General Medical Center for treatment. At last report, he remained hospitalized in stable condition. His name was not released.

SMPSO said it later received information about a second victim. According to deputies, a 34-year-old man showed up at Franklin Foundation Hospital seeking treatment for a gunshot wound. Investigators said the second man was treated and released. His name was not given.

Hines was booked into the St. Mary Parish Detention Center on charges of attempted second-degree murder, carrying a firearm by a convicted felon, aggravated criminal damage to property and felony probation violation. No bond was set.

The investigation is ongoing. 

Copyright 2015 WAFB. All rights reserved.

  • Local/State NewsMore>>

  • Livingston man diagnosed with neuroinvasive West Nile

    Livingston man diagnosed with neuroinvasive West Nile

    Robert and Joyce Whiddon (Source: WAFB)Robert and Joyce Whiddon (Source: WAFB)
    Robert and Joyce Whiddon (Source: WAFB)Robert and Joyce Whiddon (Source: WAFB)

    The warnings about West Nile virus became all too real for a Livingston parish family. Robert Whiddon is the first person in the Baton Rouge area to be diagnosed with the most serious form of the disease in 2018.

    More >>

    The warnings about West Nile virus became all too real for a Livingston parish family. Robert Whiddon is the first person in the Baton Rouge area to be diagnosed with the most serious form of the disease in 2018.

    More >>
  • Business sues EBR city-parish over expansion permits

    Business sues EBR city-parish over expansion permits

    The owner of DBS is now suing the city-parish for standing in the way of its $2.5 million expansion (Source: WAFB)The owner of DBS is now suing the city-parish for standing in the way of its $2.5 million expansion (Source: WAFB)

    A local business claims the East Baton Rouge City-Parish government is standing in the way of a $20 million expansion. The CEO says the city approved the project in March, but has denied its request for permits. The controversy involves a new ordinance that could impact future growth.

    More >>

    A local business claims the East Baton Rouge City-Parish government is standing in the way of a $20 million expansion. The CEO says the city approved the project in March, but has denied its request for permits. The controversy involves a new ordinance that could impact future growth.

    More >>
  • LSU PhD student creating technique to track flooding levels

    LSU PhD student creating technique to track flooding levels

    PhD student, Felix Santiago-Collazo, is working on a model to predict both storm surge and rainfall during a hurricane (Source: WAFB)PhD student, Felix Santiago-Collazo, is working on a model to predict both storm surge and rainfall during a hurricane (Source: WAFB)
    PhD student, Felix Santiago-Collazo, is working on a model to predict both storm surge and rainfall during a hurricane (Source: WAFB)PhD student, Felix Santiago-Collazo, is working on a model to predict both storm surge and rainfall during a hurricane (Source: WAFB)

    Puerto Rico was left in pieces after Hurricane Maria tore down buildings and flood water made its way into homes, leaving families displaced, but what if there was a technique to predict how much flood water to expect?

    More >>

    Puerto Rico was left in pieces after Hurricane Maria tore down buildings and flood water made its way into homes, leaving families displaced, but what if there was a technique to predict how much flood water to expect?

    More >>
Powered by Frankly