Mother's Day deadly shooting suspect surrenders to police
UPDATE: Donnell Brown III, 21, surrendered to police Friday morning.
WWL-TV reports that Brown surrendered with his attorney present and was booked on second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans police say a man killed another man and wounded a teenager in a shooting on Mother's Day.
Police tell news outlets they are seeking 21-year-old Donnell Brown III in the May 13 shooting that killed 35-year-old Herbert Foster and injured the teenage girl. Police did not say how old she is.
Police said in a statement that an arrest warrant for Brown has been obtained and he is wanted on charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. Police say officers heard gunfire that Sunday afternoon and found Foster in the middle of a street suffering from several gunshot wounds.
He died at the scene. Officers discovered that a gunshot had grazed the teenager's leg, and she was taken to a hospital with a minor wound.
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