Mansour Mbodj Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Arrested, Investigation Report


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Mansour Mbodj, One suspect, 21, was arrested “moments after the shooting” around 9:30 p.m., police said. He is currently booked on a illegal carrying of weapons chargeWoodfork said more charges may be added as homicide continues their investigation.

A teenager was killed and four others wounded in a mass shooting at the Krewe of Bacchus parade in New Orleans on Sunday night, police said.

The slain victim, an unidentified boy between the ages of 15 and 18, died of his injuries at the hospital, New Orleans police said at a news conference Monday.

The other four victims have been released from the hospital, police said. They have been identified as a 4-year-old girl, an 18-year-old man, a 22-year-old woman and a 24-year-old woman.

Mansour Mbodj Age

Mansour Mbodj is 21 years old.

Suspect in connection with Bacchus Mardi Gras parade mass shooting

Camryn Lafleur, 19, a New Orleans resident, said she was watching the parade when “shots were heard from across the street,” sparking panic and a stampede. She said that she sought refuge before retreating to the nearby home of a relative of hers.

“I couldn’t see, but I was hearing them,” Lafleur told ABC News of the shooting. “It was a continuous loud noise that just kept going. And when I saw people coming from the other side, running across the street, like, in front of the float towards us and I saw their faces in pure horror, that’s when I realized something isn’t right. This must be a shootout.”

“It didn’t used to be like this,” she added. “It didn’t used to be this dangerous in the city at all.”

Longtime resident Kristie Bowerman, 49, said Sunday night marked the third time she had witnessed a shooting at a Mardi Gras parade. She described the scene as “mass chaos.”

“The shots just rang out and then instantly people were stampeding in all different directions,” Bowerman told ABC News. “People were being, you know, thrown out of their chairs on the floor.”

Bowerman said she and her husband were watching the parade from a balcony and ducked for cover when shots rang out, knowing they had to “duck and get as flat as possible and then get out of the way.” She said they tried to convince another couple, who believed the shots were just fireworks, to take cover as well, yelling at them, “No, those aren’t fireworks, those are shots! You have to get down!”

Bowerman recalled watching the aftermath to see “people sobbing all over the place”. “Some people were injured,” she said. “I think a lot of people were in shock and I think a lot of people were scared.”

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