Bond set in Welsh shooting

By By Doris Maricle / American Press

JENNINGS — A judge set bond at $750,000 Monday for a Jennings woman charged in connection with a double shooting Friday which

left one Welsh man dead and another man injured.

Rosalyn Faith Breaux, 26,  is being held in the Jeff Davis Parish Jail on charges of  manslaughter, attempted first degree

murder and contempt of court.

Breaux is accused of fatally shooting Jeremy Ardoin, 33, of Welsh and injuring Nick Coble, also of Welsh at a residence at

522 Naebers Street off La. 99 around 12:30 p.m. Friday.

Welsh Police Chief Marcus Crochet said officers were called to the residence in response to a disturbance and shots being

fired. When officers arrived they found Ardoin with a gunshot wound to the chest.

Ardoin was taken to the Jennings American Legion Hospital where he died of his injuries.

Coble was found at a neighbor’s house suffering from a gunshot wound to the shoulder.

He was taken to Lake Charles Memorial Hospital where he was released Saturday. He is expected to be interviewed by police

this week.

Authorities are not releasing a motive for the shooting or the relationship between the victims at this time.