Two arrested in deadly shooting investigation
BATON ROUGE- Two men from Prarieville, wanted in connection with a deadly shooting in Baton Rouge, have been arrested.
The shooting, that left one man dead and another injured, happened Wednesday morning around 5 a.m. at 9143 Pecan Drive.
Detectives found 22 year-old Jared Vincent dead inside his apartment, as well as a large amount of marijuana.
They say 19 year-old Aaron Hargrove went to the apartment to buy marijuana, and heard gunfire while he was outside. Hargrove said he saw one man run from the apartment, when Hargrove shot him in the back.
He was taken to the hospital, where he is expected to survive.
Hargrove is charged with Principal to First Degree Murder and Attempted First Degree Murder.
Meanwhile, 20 year-old Patrick Anderson told detectives that a family member arrived at his home with blood on his clothes and had several pistols with him. The family member allegedly told Anderson that the pistols had been used in a shooting in Baton Rouge earlier that morning.
Anderson agreed to clean the pistols and hide them.
Anderson is charged with obstruction of justice.
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