UPDATE: The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office has identified the victim in a homicide that occurred over the weekend at a Crowley apartment complex.
Sheriff K.P. Gibson tells News 10 that Michael Winn, 32, of Crowley was pronounced dead at a local hospital after he was shot in the chest outside of an apartment early Saturday morning at the Meadows Apartment complex in Crowley.
Sheriff Gibson said the motive of the shooting is unclear at this time.
“To confirm the exact motive is kind of hard at this stage, where we are still seeking a suspect. We know that there have been issues with this individual and some other folks, so we are working from that avenue trying to identify could persons have been involved from there.”
But the victim’s sister, Tiffany Winn said people were after her brother.
“It was nothing he could do, you know what I’m saying, and that’s miserable when you got to live out there cause you know people got money on your head.”
The Sheriff’s Department dose not have a suspect at this time, but Winn said the person she believes killed her brother is long gone.
“He’s not out here he’s in Texas, so last night I’m standing outside and I see the old lady getting baskets of clothes and food and coming out so I said where is yall going? He running,” said Winn.
Deputies are still investigating the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers at 789-TIPS.
CROWLEY, La. (KLFY) – At least one person was found dead Sunday morning at the Meadow Apartment complex in Crowley.
Acadia Parish Sheriff K.P. Gibson says deputies responded to a shooting on Kathy Meadows Lane just after midnight Saturday and found a male victim with several gunshot wounds.
Gibson said the victim was transported to Acadia General Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
A motive is unknown at this time, according to Gibson, who added that his officers are working to identify the person or persons involved.
Anyone with information should call the Acadia Parish Sheriffs Office at 789-8772 or Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish at 789-TIPS.