Arrest made in New Orleans quadruple shooting
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans police have arrested a subject wanted for a July 25 shooting in which two children and two adults were injured.
Law officials say Bernard Murray, 23, was apprehended while at Orleans Parish criminal court for unrelated matters. He faces charges including four counts of attempted second degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.
Police say the victims were riding in a car together when a red pickup truck pulled alongside them. Shots were fired from the pickup truck into the victim's vehicle, and two children and two adults suffered gunshot wounds. Another child in the car escaped injury.
Murray also faces charges of illegal discharge of a firearm from a vehicle and obstruction of justice.
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