LCSO Makes Arrest In Apartment Complex Shooting [READ PROBABLE CAUSE]

UPDATE 3:57 p.m.
LCSO Press Release

Early this morning, Sunday April, 20, 2014, at approximately 3:30am Leon County Sheriff’s deputies responded to 1303 Ocala Road (Tallahassee Apartment Living) in reference to the report of gunshots being fired in the south parking lot of the complex. Upon arrival deputies located three victims who had been shot while in the parking lot of the complex near building #3 and #4.

The victims were identified as Stevenson Louissaint, 19, Caleb Luciem, 20, and Jean Raphael, 19. All three victims were transported to the hospital for medical treatment. Violent Crime and Crime Scene detectives responded to the scene and began an investigation into the circumstances into this shooting.

During the investigation it was determined Santwan Moore was visiting a family member at the complex. In the parking lot near building #3 and #4 Moore, and a group of his friends, became involved
in a dispute with another group of subjects at the complex. During the dispute Moore armed himself with a handgun and fired several shots which struck Louissaint in the chest, Luciem in the right leg and Raphael in the left wrist. Moore was apprehended by responding deputies as he attempted to leave the area in a vehicle.

Moore was interviewed by detectives, arrested and is charged with three (3) counts of Attempted Homicide. Moore has been booked into the Leon County Jail. Luciem and Raphael were both treated and released from the hospital. Louissaint remains hospitalized.

Tallahassee, FL - Three people were injured after shots broke out at a Tallahassee apartment complex.

According to Leon County Sheriff's deputies, it happened around 3:30 early Sunday morning in the parking lot of the 1303 Ocala apartment complex. All three victims were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Deputies say they're questioning people now for more information. A suspect has not yet been identified.

Anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call the Leon County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 606-3300 or Crime Stoppers at (850) 574-TIPS (8477).

Santwan Moore

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