Shortly before midday Thursday, a double shooting occurred on La. 182 near the T-N Food Mart in Siracusaville just east of the Greenwood Overpass, and the alleged shooter remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous.
Terrence Lee Hollins, 29, of 1013 Ramos St., Morgan City is a suspect in the case and remains at large. He is a black male, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds with a tattoo of “BELINDA” on his left arm and his initials tattooed on his right arm.
He is wanted on warrants for three counts of attempted first-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a person convicted of certain felonies, Sheriff Mark Hebert said.
Reports indicate that the victims’ vehicle had crossed the railroad track on James Street and turned west on La. 182 to come to Morgan City when the suspect’s vehicle pulled into the eastbound lane alongside the victims’ vehicle. Hollins is alleged to have then fired shots out of the passenger side window of the suspects’ vehicle into the victims’ vehicle.
Bryan Kemp, 28, of 1222 Joseph St., Morgan City — presumed but not confirmed to be the driver of the vehicle from which the shots were fired — was arrested at the sheriff’s substation in Morgan City at 8:06 p.m. Thursday on charges of three counts of attempted first degree murder.
After the incident, the vehicle that received the gunfire continued westbound into the city, where all three victims went to Teche Regional Medical Center. All three were treated, and one was admitted. Two victims had gunshot wounds.
The sheriff’s department is continuing to investigate.