The suspect in a drive-by shooting on Tuesday turned himself in to law enforcement officials after being named as a person of interest.
Tre Stevenson Jones, 23, of 2100 Sherrhouse St., Monroe, and student at Grambling State University was booked into the Lincoln Parish Detention Center for attempted second-degree murder and careless operation.
According to the arrest affidavit, Jones turned himself in to the Grambling Police Department in the afternoon hours.
The Lincoln Parish Tax Commission announced the selection of a new administrator, Denise Griggs, at a meeting Tuesday, in light of the current administrator Jerry Moore’s retirement at the end of this year.
“We ran an advertisement for two weeks and did not get any (other) applications,” Moore said.
Nell Barmore, of Dubach, won the 2014 Peach Festival donation quilt made by the ladies of the Piney Hills Quilt Guild. Each year the guild puts together a quilt to raise money for MedCamps, the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team and Life Choices. The guild offers thanks to everyone who purchased a ticket and the women who worked on the project. Those interested in joining the Piney Hills Quilt Guild can attend the meetings held at 9:30 a.m. the second Thursday of each month at Grace United Methodist Church in the CLC.