The drive-by shooting that killed a former Baton Rouge Park and Recreation Commissioner at his Pride home Tuesday has authorities investigating a possible connection to two other shootings, one also fatal, all of which happened in a 25-mile radius since July and remain unsolved.Carroll Breeden was killed about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday as he sprayed weeds in his front yard by the roadside, family members said.
Armed with DNA evidence taken from shell casings left behind when a 59-year-old black man was gunned down last week, Baton Rouge police Tuesday arrested a 23-year-old white man they had previously questioned in that killing and another that followed two days later — both characterized by police as possibly racially motivated.Kenneth James Gleason also was accused Tuesday of targeting the only black family on the block where he lives, firing from a short distance at their front door last week...
Lacking sufficient evidence for murder charges against Kenneth Gleason — the man Baton Rouge police questioned about two apparently random, possibly racially motivated killings — his bond was set Sunday evening at $3,500 only on drug possession counts.Kenneth Gleason, 23, who was taken into custody Saturday, remains a person of interest in the two homicides — one Tuesday and the other Thursday that occurred some five miles apart and both between 10:45 p.m. and 11:15 p.m., said Baton Rouge...
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