[StBernard] Follow-up To 18-year-old Chalmette Man Shooting 15-year-old Girlfriend
Westley at da-parish.com
Sat Sep 25 11:35:59 EDT 2010
I'm still trying to figure out why an 18 year old is "seeing" a minor.
Also, why the grandparents (I guess she lived with them ?) would allow it.
And last, they need to tack on a charge of underage drinking on the little
s.o.b. too. Probably his *minor arrests* in the past will not be allowed in
if he was a juvie at the time so might as well get everything they can now.
Follow-up To 18-year-old Chalmette Man Shooting 15-year-old
Written by WGNO ABC26 News | Thursday, 23 September 2010 14:15
A judge Thursday set a $250,000 bond on an 18-year-old Chalmette man
with attempted murder of his 15-year-old girlfriend on Tuesday
The girl survived when she was only grazed to the top left of her
head by a
bullet fired at close range as she sat on the porch of her residence
Chalmette, Chief Deputy Sheriff James Pohlmann said.
Dylan Landry, 3316 Shangri-La Drive, is being held in St. Bernard
Prison in lieu of being able to post the bond set by state District
The victim, whose name hasn't been released, was treated and has
released from University Hospital in New Orleans for a wound to the
The girl went inside after she was shot on the porch and the
called the Sheriff's Office.
The shooting happened on West Magnolia Drive in Chalmette just
It was the first shooting in which someone was injured in St.
Parish since June 2009, Pohlmann said.
Sheriff's detectives said Landry, who had been drinking, argued with
girl before pulling the weapon and shooting at her once from close
then drove away in a car. A casing was found on the door mat near
door and a .45-caliber projectile penetrated the door and was found
floor of the house near the kitchen.
Landry, who has several minor arrests in his past, was taken into
short time after the shooting.
Pohlmann said Landry's car was found several blocks away in the 3400
of Fenelon Drive. After obtaining a search warrant, officers found a
.45-caliber handgun in the car, as well as several pills and
Ballistics tests on the recovered weapon are pending, Pohlmann said.
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