RACELAND, La. - An accused drive-by shooter was arrested soon after the shooting happened in Raceland Tuesday, the Lafourche Sheriff's Office said. No one was injured.
Deputies said they arrested Tylor Hotard, 18, 571 Dantin St., Raceland, after seeing that he and his truck fit the description given by witnesses.
Deputies were flagged down about 6:30 p.m., and they pulled Hotard over about 8:30 p.m.
Hotard is accused of shooting at two men standing outside a home in the 100 block of Market Street, deputies said.
When he drove by in his truck, the three men started arguing, deputies said. He drove away, but returned about 10 minutes later to fire multiple shots in their direction.
He hit a truck, and detectives found four bullet casings, four bullet holes in the truck and two flat tires.
One of the men flagged down deputies at the scene.
He is charged with assault by drive-by shooting and aggravated criminal damage to property. He is in the Lafourche Parish jail in lieu of a $75,000 bond.