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Bishop Slade Dubroc and Brailyn Marie Langford. (Special to the American Press)

Bishop Slade Dubroc and Brailyn Marie Langford. (Special to the American Press)

Two charged in connection with Sunday night shooting

Last Modified: Thursday, November 07, 2013 9:52 AM

By John Guidroz / American Press

A Lake Charles man and woman were arrested in connection with Sunday’s double shooting at the St. Charles Place Apartment complex on West 18th Street, Police Chief Don Dixon said at a news conference Wednesday.

Bishop Slade Dubroc and Brailyn Marie Langford, both 19, 1000 Esplanade St., were arrested Tuesday on two counts of attempted second-degree murder.

During a search of the Esplanade home, detectives found marijuana, weapons and cash, according to Dixon. He said the shooting may have been the result of a “dope deal gone wrong.”

Judge David Ritchie set Dubroc’s bond at $1 million and Langford’s at $400,000.

The shooting occurred at 7:38 p.m. Sunday.

Dixon said the two victims — a man and woman — remain hospitalized. He said the woman is six months pregnant.

Dixon said Dubroc has a prior arrest for simple robbery.

Also arrested was 19-year-old Devin Paul Thomas of Lake Charles, who was at the scene of the shooting. Dixon said Thomas was arrested for a probation violation after pleading guilty in August to three felony counts.

Dixon said a 15-year-old boy was also arrested at the home on Esplanade.

The police chief said the juvenile is on probation and is being charged with narcotics violations.

Dixon issued a warning for others involved with drugs: “If you deal narcotics, I have three words for you — get a job ... get out of town, or go to jail,” he said. “If you commit a violent crime in this city, we’re going to get you.”

Bond was not set for Thomas.

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