KENTWOOD---An 18-year-old Kentwood man has been charged with principal to second degree murder and several other charges in connection with the Dec. 28 shooting death of a South Pike County football player at a house party in Kentwood.
Kentwood Police Chief Michael Kazerooni announced Friday, Jan. 3, that Raddarian Robbins, 18, of Kentwood, turned himself in and has been booked into the Tangipahoa Parish Jail in connection with the shooting death of 17-year-old Felix Varnado of Magnolia.
Varnado died of injuries sustained in a shooting at a house party in Kentwood on Dec. 28. Two other Magnolia teens were shot but are expected to recover, according to a report in the McComb newspaper last weekend.
Kazerooni said Robbins has been charged with one count of principal to second degree murder; 2 counts of principal to attempted second degree murder, and 1 count of illegal use of a dangerous weapon.
“This is an ongoing investigation and more arrests are anticipated in the very near future!” Chief Kazerooni said, and he asked that if anyone has information relating to this shooting, please call the Kentwood Police Department at (985)229-6305.