RAYNE, La. (KLFY)- UPDATE: Today Rayne Chief of Police Carroll J. Stelly said no charges been filed at this time in the Nov. 11 case where a driver and passenger arrived at the police station wounded.
Both men sustained gunshot wounds.
Stelly said both victims are recovering and the case has been turned over to 15th Judicial District Attorney’s office
Police identified the victims in the weekend shooting as Demoine Declouette and Terry Guidry.
Both men were allegedly shot by Alvin Monroe Jr. The case remains under investigation.
ORIGINAL STORY: Two people were taken to local hospitals Saturday morning following a shooting that apparently happened on Interstate 10 westbound in Rayne.
Witnesses at the scene say both victims were suffering from gun shot wounds when they pulled into the Rayne Police Department parking lot.
According to Rayne Police Chief Carroll Stelly, police were notified of the situation at about 8:50 a.m. when a person walked into the police station advising someone in the parking lot has been shot.
Once outside, Rayne Police determined that two black male subjects were shot multiple times while driving on Interstate 10 westbound in Rayne.
Both victims were transported to Lafayette General and are undergoing surgery, Chief Stelly said.
One subject has been detained for questioning by Crowley Police in connection with the shooting and investigators are said to be interviewing him as this time.
The shooting was the result of a feud between one of the victims and his ex-wife’s boyfriend, Chief Stelly added.