The Caddo Parish Grand Jury returned two second-degree murder indictments on separate cases this week, including the killing of a Caddo Middle Magnet student in May and the death of an City Jail inmate in June.
Kenmiccael Dano Ray, 23, of Shreveport, was charged in connection with the death of Landry Faith Anglin. On Sunday, May 1, Anglin, 13, was shot while inside her home.
Anglin, a 13-year-old eighth-grader, was sitting with her family when a stray bullet went through the house and struck and killed her about 2:30 p.m.
When first responders made it to her home on Fairfield Avenue they found the teen unresponsive with a gunshot wound to her back.
Anglin was rushed to a local hospital, but she was later pronounced dead.
Andrew Adaway, 35, of Shreveport, was charged in connection with the beating death of Bobbie Young, 72, on June 3 when both were in the City Jail.
Young was allegedly attacked by Adaway. Police said the attack appeared to be unprovoked.
Once the officers discovered the attack, they intervened and contacted Shreveport Fire Department for medical assistance.
Young was then transported to Ochsner LSU Health, where he was admitted and treated for head injuries.
On June 20, Young died at Ochsner LSU Health.
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Makenzie Boucher is a reporter with the Shreveport Times. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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