New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-10-23 09:18:00 –
According to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, a man who fatally shot his estranged wife before pointing his gun at his home at Pecan Tree Drive is not expected to survive.
According to EBRSO, lawmakers responded to reports of shootings around 7 pm. 9200 blocks from Friday Pecan Tree Drive — A residential area away from Burbank Drive in South Baton Rouge.
When they arrived, they say they found 37-year-old Rusbotelloposada dead with an obvious gunshot wound.
According to Brad Harris, an EMS spokesman for East Baton Rouge, he died in a shooting in the Gardere area on Friday night.
Carlos N. Plaza, 36, was found shot in the head, but EBRSO says he is still alive. He was taken to a nearby hospital, but authorities say he wasn’t expected to survive, despite life-saving measures by East Baton Rouge EMS and St. George Fire.
EBRSO murder investigators say they learned that Plaza and Posada had recently disbanded.
Officials said the plaza tried to enter a relative’s house through the front door. When that didn’t work, the detective says, he entered through the bedroom window.
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