St. Landry Man Arrested For Attempted Murder
St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz is reporting, via press release, that an Opelousas man has been arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting case.
St. Landry Parish Deputy Chief Eddie Thibodaux says that 22-year-old Terry Dewayne Johnson has been arrested on five counts of Attempted Second Degree Murder and Cyberstalking for incidents that happened in September
St. Landry Parish Sheriff's deputies were called out Pavy Road on September 22 after a call came in about shots being fired.
The victim in this case told authorities that Johnson had been threatening her life on more than one occasion.
Thibodaux says the victim even stated that Johnson had sent her a text message for her to enjoy her last night of breathing. He sent repeated threats via texts including about how he was going to kill her.
Johnson was arrested on five counts of Attempted Second Degree murder because there were also other people, including children, who were in the home that was targeted during the drive-by.
At the night of this shooting, there were three kids and two adults in the house.
This man's bond is currently set at $252,500.