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Ashley Rodrigue / Eyewitness News
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VARNADO, La. -- Washington Parish authorities are releasing more information about a quadruple shooting over the weekend that left two men dead.

While detectives continued interviews on the case, as late as 6 p.m. Monday, signs of the Friday night gunfight on the corner of Moses Road in Varnado were still scattered around Clark Harry's property.

'They said my boy got shot in the back of the neck and the head,' Clark Harry said.

And because of that, Harry is without his son, Brandon Alexander.

'It's gonna be a pill to swallow,' he said, 'When you pull up here, it's gonna be a pill.'

Family members combed that scene where Alexander's best friend, Denzell Wise, died with him in a car. Police are still trying to figure out what led to their deaths and the injuries of two others.

'We heard it was over a 4-wheeler,' said Washington Parish Sheriff Randy Seal, 'They was trying to sell to the other group, we don't know what went wrong, what caused it, what happened.'

The sheriff's office says LaSean Williams and Alex Wilson have both been arrested on two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first-degree murder and material witness. Kinoski Wilson will be arrested on the same charges once released from the hospital.

Authorities say the suspects are cousins from Franklinton.

The Washington Parish Sheriff's Office says this is one of the larger scenes detectives have worked. They found more than 20 bullet casings inside of this police line, as well as bullet holes in the property outside of it.

It's something the sheriff says he's working hard to make sure doesn't happen again.

'As long as I'm the sheriff of this parish, if people do things wrong, we're coming after you, we're looking for you and you can bet you're gonna be arrested,' Seal said.

For family members, their focus is now on each other, including Alexander's three children, because there's no pity for whoever took Alexander from them.

'Why you have to try to take somebody's life over a four wheeler, lookin' at it?' Harry said.

The two cars involved and the 4-wheeler are being tested at the State Police Crime lab. More arrests are expected.

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