Pregnant woman, boyfriend attacked by ex-lover
BATON ROUGE - Authorities have arrested two women for attacking a pregnant woman and shooting at her boyfriend.
On Dec. 6 around 6:49 p.m., a Baton Rouge Police Officer was patrolling near the 700 block of Julia Street when shots were fired. Moments later, a victim flagged down the officer to report the incident.
The victim told the officer that two women had followed him and his girlfriend from Shopper's Value on Government Street after an altercation in the parking lot. The women were identified as 29-year-old Audrey Delone and 31-year-old Ashley Allen. According to authorities, the two women are related.
Delone and Allen followed the victim and his girlfriend to his residence on Julia Street, according to the affidavit. During the pursuit, Delone pointed a black firearm in the direction of the victim and his girlfriend.
At the residence, Allen exited the vehicle and opened the driver side of the victim's car and began to fight his girlfriend. The victim intervened -- saying his girlfriend was six months pregnant.
While he tried to stop the fight, Delone began shooting at him as he was next to his girlfriend. During their investigation, the victim told authorities that Delone was his ex-girlfriend and the two had five children together.
Delone is charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault with a firearm and illegal use of weapons.
Allen is charged with attempted first-degree murder and simple battery.
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