Suspect in Tracy Avenue shooting turns himself in
BATON ROUGE –Deputies said one of the people wanted in connection to a deadly shooting on Tracy Avenue has turned himself in.
According to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, 20-year-old Karlos Ghoram was booked on armed robbery and first degree murder charges Friday.
Investigators say Ghoram is the suspected trigger man in the shooting death of 22-year-old Osval Andrades Wednesday.
Deputies arrested a 16-year-old Thursday on principal to first degree murder and armed robbery. EBRSO did not release the teen’s name because of his age.
The shooting investigation spawned a massive manhunt Wednesday evening for Ghoram and 17-year-old Lawrence Bennett. Bennett is still wanted. He is also pictured above.
Ghoram’s bond was set at $50,000.
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