Three men arrested in connection with Two Kings Trailer Park shootings

By Special to the American Press

City police this week arrested three men for allegedly firing weapons at the Two Kings Trailer Park on Sixth Avenue.

Deputy Chief Mark Kraus said Friday that 20-year-old Corey James Anderson, 23-year-old Emmanuel Joseph Robert and 22-year-old

Daniel Ellsworth were arrested Wednesday, and all three face weapons charges.

“These subjects fired their weapons on

three separate occasions over a span of two days,” Kraus said in a news

release. “Anderson

intentionally fired his rifle into several trailers. One of the

trailers was hit multiple times and was occupied by a family.

A female in this trailer was struck in the head with one of

Anderson’s bullets.

“Detectives recovered nine firearms from the suspects, and all three have extensive criminal histories.”

Anderson, of 1740 6th Ave. No. 35, was charged with negligent injuring, illegal use of weapons and dangerous instrumentalities

and illegal carrying of weapons. His bond was set at $100,000.

Robert, of LaCompte, was charged with illegal use of weapons and dangerous instrumentalities. His bond was set at $25,000.

Ellsworth, of Alexandria, was charged with illegal use of weapons and dangerous instrumentalities. His bond was set at $25,000.