Two more suspects were arrested in the deadly August shooting of a 21-year-old woman at a Tangipahoa Parish trail ride event.
Zion Hutcherson, 21, of Baton Rouge was killed Aug. 8 at the event on Vernon Town Road in Roseland. Authorities believe she wasn't the target, but was hit by a stray bullet.
Two other people also suffered injuries that were not life-threatening, though one of the two injured was charged in the case. The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office is not releasing the person's name because they are a juvenile.
Detectives believe the shooting stemmed from an ongoing rivalry between two groups.
Raheem Harold, 19, of Roseland, was arrested in Billings, Montana, on one count of second degree murder and two counts of attempted second degree murder. Harold will be extradited to Louisiana, according to the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office.
Officials do not know why Harold chose to escape to Montana.
Another suspect, Raven Warford, 27, of Natalbany, turned herself in to authorities on Sept. 8. She faces one count of negligent homicide, two counts of negligent injuring, as well as one count of violating the governor's emergency order on crowd size restrictions.
Four more suspects -- Jaylohn Mitchell, 19, of Ponchatoula; Brandon Perry, 30, of Roseland; Craig Brown, 29, of Amite; and Tommie Diamond, 23, of Kentwood -- have previously been arrested.