Baldwin man arrested for attempted murder - KLFY News 10

Baldwin man arrested for attempted murder

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Baldwin Police are investigating a domestic disturbance that landed one man in the hospital in critical condition.

The incident took place last night at about 7:30 at the corner of Railroad Street and Orphan Home Road.

Police Chief Gerald Minor said that 30 year old Robert Hatcherson Jr. was involved in a domestic dispute with his father-in-law, 64 year old Ronald Valier.

According to police..., Hatcherson allegedly shot his father-in-law twice in the throat.

Mr. Valier was taken to Franklin Foundation Hospital and then air-lifted to Lourdes Hospital in Lafayette. He is listed in critical condition.

Hatcherson was arrested and charged with attempted second degree murder. He has been booked into the St. Mary Parish jail. No bond has been set.
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