UPDATE: Fourth suspect arrested in Milton shooting investigation

Elton Vaughn, Jr. (left), Antonio Williams (center), and Charles Davis (right) face several charges including attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer. Photo Courtesy: Lafayette Parish Correctional Center.

UPDATE: Detectives with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office have made a fourth arrest in connection with the shooting that happened in Milton Tuesday evening.

Shatera Clay, 22, of Breaux Bridge is charged with 3 counts of accessory after the fact to attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer.

All four suspects are being held in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center.

Shatera Clay (Photo Credit: Lafayette Parish Correctional Center)
Shatera Clay
(Photo Credit: Lafayette Parish Correctional Center)

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MILTON, La. (KLFY) – Three men are accused of shooting at Lafayette Parish sheriff’s deputies in Milton last night.

The shooting around 11:07 p.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of Picard Road.

Lt. John Babin said deputies located a vehicle reported stolen from Opelousas in the Marigny Circle area. Deputies tried to stop the vehicle but it sped away.

The vehicle eventually crashed on Picard Road. Babin said the suspects exited the vehicle and fired several shots in the direction of the deputies and ran from the scene.

No deputies were injured in the shooting. Deputies searched the area and arrested Elton Vaugh, 23, Charles Davis, 20 and Antonio Williams, 24, according to Babin.

All three suspects were booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center on three counts of principal to attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer and one count of resisting an officer.

Williams was also charged with attempted disarming of a peace officer.

 

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