Bond set at $200,000 for Jennings woman

JENNINGS — Bond has been set at $200,000 for a Jennings mother charged with attempted second-degree murder following a shooting Wednesday in the parking lot of a local store.

Kathleen Mouton, 42, is accused of shooting a man multiple times after he got into an altercation with her son.

The victim, whose name has not been released, was listed in stable condition on Thursday, according to Police Chief Danny Semmes.

Semmes said the two men reportedly got into an argument, then one of the subjects left the scene and returned with his mother who allegedly shot the victim numerous times before leaving the scene.

The shooting occurred around 2:30 p.m. in a parking lot near the intersection of South Main and Spencer streets.

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Kathleen Mouton is accused of shooting a man multiple times after he got into an altercation with her son.

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