Sibling Dispute Ends In Gunfire and Lands Shreveport Man in the Hospital
One brother is behind bars and the other brother is trying to recover from a gunshot wound. Still no word on what caused the sibling dispute that ended in gunfire. A little after 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday June 14, 2007 Shreveport Police officers responded to a dispute between two brothers. When officers arrived at the apartment complex on the block of Greenwood Lane they discovered that the victim suffered a gunshot injury in his midsection. The victim was identified as Christopher Green, 24. Green was rushed by ambulance to University Health. Green's injuries were described as potentially life threatening by the Shreveport Police Department.
Green's brother Felton Henderson, 19, was detained by officers. The Shreveport Police officers gathered information and concluded that Henderson allegedly shot Green after a verbal dispute. Henderson was taken to Shreveport Police Headquarters and later interviewed by detectives concerning his role in the shooting. Henderson has been charged with a single count of Attempted Second Degree Murder. Henderson has been booked into the Shreveport City Jail.