Man accused in two deadly shootings returned to Louisiana
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — A northwest Louisiana man suspected in two deadly shootings has returned to the state after his arrest in Missouri.
Stanley Goldsby, 33, is charged with with one count of second-degree murder and one count of attempted second-degree murder in the deaths of two men Sept. 28 in Shreveport.
Police say Goldsby shot 25-year-old Ladarrien Taylor and 23-year-old Denzel Taylor. Both died at a hospital after being shot in the upper body. KTBS-TV reports Goldsby went to a house and argued with one of the Taylors before shooting both.
Charges are expected to be upgraded against Goldsby. He is jailed with bail set at $350,000. It’s unclear if he has a lawyer to speak for him.
Goldsby was arrested last week near Belton, Missouri after a sheriff’s deputy pulled him over for a traffic stop and discovered he was wanted in Louisiana. He was extradited back to Shreveport.
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