A second suspected gunman was arrested Wednesday in a shooting last week outside an Istrouma High School football game that injured two people
Richard Terrell Davis, 18, is accused of pulling a gun and shooting at another man during an argument that started in the bleachers at the junior varsity spring football game May 17 and continued into the parking lot as the game ended, according to Davis' arrest warrant.
A pregnant bystander was struck in the gunfire that erupted.
Baton Rouge police spokesman Sgt. L'Jean McKneely Jr. said Davis was arrested after police received help from a Crime Stoppers tip.
Davis, of 3044 Elgin St., was booked into Parish Prison on one count each of attempted first-degree murder, attempted second-degree feticide and aggravated criminal damage to property.
He was also booked on additional counts after officers searched his home on Wednesday and found illegal drugs and weapons, according to an affidavit of probable cause. Police found a gun that had been reported stolen, and Davis later admitted that he used the weapon during the shooting near Istrouma High. They also found marijuana and ecstasy pills.
Another suspected shooter was arrested last week in the incident. Nortrell Poole, 19, was arrested Friday, also accused of pulling out a gun and shooting at a man during the fight. He was booked on the same counts.
Taylor Gast, an East Baton Rouge Parish school system spokeswoman, said last week it did not appear that those involved in the shooting were students.