A suspect wanted in Louisiana shooting attempts that spanned several parishes and included the death of a state soldier was arrested Saturday night during a raid in the area’s woods.
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At least three others were injured, one in critical condition, the report said.
According to the Baton Rouge Advocate newspaper, the slain soldier is identified as 19-year-old veteran Adam Gabert. Louisiana State Police Super Colonel Lamar Davis told reporters Saturday night that Gabbert was found in his patrol car in Prairieville, 18 miles southeast of Baton Rouge.
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“Preliminary information indicates that Trooper Goubert was shot dead in the area where the early morning killings took place,” Davis said. “That Trooper Goubert embodied everything we do – honor, duty, selfless service and courage.”
Gaubert was thought to have been shot around 5 a.m. Saturday on Ascension Parish’s State Highway along2, Baton Rodge’s Fox 44 reported.
The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook, “We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Trooper Adam Gaubert and to the Louisiana State Police.” “Today we lost not just a fellow law enforcement officer, but a father, a husband and a friend.”
Other law enforcement officers chased the suspect and found the body of the soldier, identified as Matthew Mir, 31.
Soldiers in the state of Louisiana exchanged fire with Mayer when the soldiers were shot but Mayer was able to escape on foot, Fox 44 reported.
State police have issued a public safety alert for the East Baton Rouge and Ascension Parish, warning that Maire is considered armed and dangerous, the report said.
Prior to Gaubert’s shooting, around midnight on Saturday, state police were called to a mobile home park in Livingston, where they found a man and a woman wounded by gunfire. Both were expected to recover, authorities told Fox 8.
Mir was believed to have stolen a blue pickup truck in Livingston to escape the scene.
Around Saturday morning, deputies responded to a shooting in Periville, where they saw another man and woman being shot. Fox reported that the woman died of her injuries after the man’s condition became critical.
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Woman, also known as Pamela Adayer, is believed to be Mir’s half-sister, authorities told Fox.
Prior to Mir’s apprehension, the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office said he had been charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon, assault on a home and illegal possession of stolen goods, including up to 25 25,000, the station reported.
Authorities said the motive for the shooting was not immediately clear.