Three people were injured from gunfire in Vivian early this morning, said Sheriff Steve Prator.
Just after 2 a.m., deputies were called to North Caddo Memorial Hospital in Vivian where a 16-year-old boy arrived with a graze wound to the head. He was later transported to Ochsner LSU Health where he was treated an released. Two other victims - Xzariel McFarland, 20, and Frankie Kimble, 20, both of Plain Dealing - went by private vehicle to Willis Knighton-North in Shreveport. Kimble received a graze wound to the calf and McFarland was shot in the shoulder. Both were treated and released.
Sheriff's detective are still interviewing witnesses but said gunfire was reported as a party was letting out at the National Guard Armory at 625 Park Drive in Vivian. No other information was available.
This afternoon, Sheriff's Det. Demetrice Ellis-Adams arrested Keshawn York, 17, of Vivian, for attempted second-degree murder. Witnesses said York fired into a crowd of people from a moving vehicle.
York was interviewed at the Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division and was later booked into Caddo Correctional Center. A gun believed to be used in the shooting was found in a culvert on Centerville Road by Detectives Matthew Lucky and Christopher Daniel.
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