A Baker teen was arrested Tuesday after he shot at his father, who went looking for him because the teen had been accused of rape, according to Baton Rouge police reports.
Police said Trelvis Everson, 18, fired seven to 10 shots at his father, missing him but hitting a vehicle, on Jan. 11 outside a home on St. Gerard Avenue. The man told investigators he went looking for Everson because he had an active warrant through the Baker Police Department on rape, oral sexual battery and simple battery.
According to that warrant, Everson raped and repeatedly sexually assaulted a young boy, starting when the boy was 9 years old. Everson is also accused of punching the boy during one incident, police said.
The boy told investigators that Everson once made him take a video of Everson shooting a black semi-automatic handgun into the air, according to the report. Everson was arrested the next day for bringing a gun to Baker High School, police said.
According to online court records, Everson was arrested on Feb. 7, 2017 on illegal possession of a firearm or weapon at a school. He has pleaded not guilty. He was most recently in court on Jan. 10 in that case, but it is not immediately clear in online court records where the case stands.
In the incident in which he's accused of shooting at his father, Everson, of 2271 McHugh Road, Baker, was arrested on attempted second-degree murder, illegal use of a weapon and aggravated criminal damage to property, according to arrest reports.
He was also booked into Parish Prison on one count of first-degree rape, four counts of oral sexual battery and one count of simple battery in the sexual abuse allegations, according to booking documents.
Bail was set in the shooting incident at $170,000 and in the sexual abuse allegations at $95,000, according to an online booking database.