BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Three suspects accused in an October shooting that left 11 hurt during a fraternity house party near Southern University were formally charged Monday.
According to a bill of information, Miles Moss, 25, Daryl Stansberry, 28, and Jaicedric Williams, 22, were indicted on 11 counts of attempted first-degree murder, handling of machine guns, illegal possession of stolen firearms and illegal use of a weapon or dangerous instrumentalities during a crime of violence.
Baton Rouge police officers arrived at the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Friday, Oct. 21 before 2 a.m. to find multiple shooting victims. Police documents said Williams got into a fistfight with fraternity members before firing shots into the crowd of partygoers.
Stansberry and Moss were arrested Oct. 21, and Williams was arrested by U.S. marshals two days later, on Sunday, Oct. 23.