Four individuals have been apprehended in connection with a shooting incident that occurred at Adam’s Grocery in Concordia Parish, according to the Ferriday Police Department’s Facebook page. The incident, which took place on February 12th around 5:54 p.m., was brought to the attention of the FPD when Trinity Medical Center informed them that a gunshot victim, identified as 20-year-old Zavier Milligan, had been admitted to the hospital.
Upon receiving this information, the officers immediately launched an investigation into the matter. Through their inquiries, it was discovered that multiple individuals were involved in the shooting at Adam’s Grocery. As a result, the FPD proceeded to make arrests in connection with the incident.
The four suspects taken into custody are a 16-year-old juvenile, 24-year-old Ronnie Perkins, 19-year-old Paul Swanson Jr., and 21-year-old Jyrin Gibson. Each individual faces various charges related to the shooting.
The 16-year-old juvenile is charged with attempted second-degree murder, illegal possession of a firearm as a juvenile, illegal use of weapons, and obstruction of justice. Ronnie Perkins is facing charges of obstruction of justice and resisting an officer with force or violence. Paul Swanson Jr. is charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, obstruction of justice, illegal use of weapons, two counts of illegal carrying of weapons, and a bench warrant for failure to appear. Lastly, Jyrin Gibson is charged with obstruction of justice, two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, and illegal carrying of weapons.
Additionally, the FPD has revealed that Swanson, Gibson, and Milligan are also facing charges related to another shooting incident that occurred on February 11th.
As this is an ongoing investigation, further updates will be provided as more information becomes available. The Ferriday Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety and security of the community, and they will continue their efforts to bring justice to those involved in these incidents.