A man wanted by Grambling Police for a September shooting was apprehended in Bossier City Thursday.
Quandavius Deshun ”Spud” Stringfellow, 28, was arrested by Bossier City Police and U.S. Marshals at a residence in Bossier City. According to officials, Stringfellow surrendered to authorities after a brief stand-off.
On September 25, Stringfellow allegedly entered the home of his former girlfriend on B.T. Woodard Circle in Grambling and violently confronted her and her male friend.
Stringfellow allegedly choked the victim and attempted to rob the man. A struggle between Stringfellow and the man resulted in the man being shot in the chest. Stringfellow fled the scene.
The victim was airlifted to a Shreveport hospital for treatment of his injuries.
Grambling Police Department posted Stringfellow’s photo on social media a few days later, asking for the public’s help in locating him.
Stringfellow was transferred to the Lincoln Parish Detention Center Saturday morning and booked for attempted first-degree murder, home invasion, attempted armed robbery, domestic abuse battery of a dating partner by strangulation, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Bail was set at $470,000.
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