By Bonnie Culverhouse
Minden Police have made their fifth arrest in the Ewell Park shooting from earlier this month.
Tekeldrick K. Webb, aka K-7, is 19 years old and from Haynesville.
Police Chief Jared McIver said Webb was arrested in Claiborne Parish Tuesday evening.
“Homer Police pulled him over in a traffic stop,” McIver said. “They ran his information, and found he was wanted out of Minden for the shooting.”
As the others, Webb is charged with four counts of attempted second degree murder and one count of illegal use of a weapon.
His bonds total $500,000.
So far, police have arrested three individuals from Webster Parish and two from Claiborne in the April 2 shooting at the city-owned park.
Jaquez Deontae Burdette, 18, of Shell Street, Dixie Inn, was extradited from Arkansas where he had been arrested by Southern Arkansas University Police.
Jamontae Holyfield, 21, of Homer is charged with 4 counts of attempted second degree murder and 4 counts of carjacking. Holyfield allegedly entered a car with persons who were not involved in the shooting and then demanded to be taken to another location.
Reginald Moore Jr., 19, of Heflin, is charged with 4 counts of attempted second degree murder and 1 count of illegal use of weapons.
Jaylen Teal, 22, of Minden, is charged with four counts of attempted second degree murder and one count of illegal use of a weapon during a crime of violence.
Four persons were shot during the permitted event. None of the injuries were fatal. McIver said the shooting was gang-related.
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