New information in deadly Quida Mae shooting
BATON ROUGE - Police believe a deadly shooting overnight Sunday may have been a retalitory act.
Cpl. Don Coppola said 31-year-old Yovanni Anibal Ramos-Salazar is wanted in connection with 28-year-old Joel Guevara's death.
Police said they found Guevara dead outside his residence at 5852 Quida Mae around 8 p.m. Sunday night. Investigators said he'd been shot multiple times after a brief argument with another man, now identified as Ramos-Salazar.
According to BRPD, the argument may have begun after Ramos Salazar learned Guevara raped one of his family members.
Coppola said Ramos-Salazar was described as an Hispanic male, around 5'9" tall and weighing 165 pounds. Anyone with information about his location or this shooting should call the Violent Crimes Unit at (225) 389-3948.
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