NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Some type of personal feud is believed to have sparked the weekend shooting that left 10 people injured at the edge of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter, police chief Shaun Ferguson said Monday.
“This is not a domestic terrorism act,” Ferguson told reporters. He said multiple tips indicated the feud leading to the early Sunday shooting involved people from outside New Orleans.
But there was little other new information about the shooting from Monday’s news conference, where the Crimestoppers organization announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and indictment.
The gunfire and mass panic broke out about 3:20 a.m. Sunday despite a heavy police presence. State and local police were out