LAFAYETTE — A Lafayette man wanted on an attempted second-degree murder count in the Oct. 12 shooting on Clara Street was taken into custody over the weekend.

Police say 30-year-old Rondell Derouen, of the 400 block of 8th Street, is accused of shooting a man twice on Oct. 12 in the 100 block of Clara Street, near the intersection of University Avenue and Interstate 10. The victim was hospitalized with injuries, but was not identified.

Another person wanted for injuring a man during a separate shooting — one of four that weekend that left three people hospitalized — remains at large.

A warrant is still out for Terrence J. Augustine, 28, of Lafayette, who police say is wanted in the Oct. 12 shooting of a 34-year-old man in the 900 block of East Simcoe Street, near Surrey Street and Jefferson Boulevard. Police at the time said the victim was trying to break up a fight when he was shot once in the hand and twice in the chest.

A third suspect surrendered to police last week in an Oct. 11 shooting on Van Buren Drive, said Lafayette Police Department spokesman Cpl. Paul Mouton. Jhailen Trevon Zeno, 20, of Lafayette, was booked on attempted second-degree murder, felony possession of marijuana, resisting an officer and driving on a roadway laned for traffic, according to the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office website.

Another shooter, who fired his weapon at the ceiling of a Lafayette nightclub around 1:15 a.m. Oct. 12, has not been arrested, Police Chief Jim Craft said Friday, although he said police have a lead on the man.

The shooter — described as a heavy-set black man wearing shorts, a white shirt and a cap at the time of the incident — was captured on surveillance video entering Shakers on Jefferson Street and firing the pistol, Mouton said last week. The man then ran out of the building, along with the crowd.

No one was injured in that incident, Mouton said.

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