3 La. teens dead after Friday night shooting - KLFY News 10

3 La. teens dead after Friday night shooting

Picture courtesy of WAFB Baton Rouge Picture courtesy of WAFB Baton Rouge

BAKER, La. (AP) - Police in Baker, La., say two teenage boys and a 15-year-old girl were killed when gunfire broke out at a birthday party at a privately owned club.

Baker Police Chief Mike Knaps said the girl died at the scene of the late Friday night shooting. Two boys, ages 15 and 18, died Saturday. A 19-year-old male who was shot at the party was in stable condition with a non-life threatening wound.

Knaps said his investigators, East Baton Rouge Parish authorities and state police worked throughout the night and have interviewed about 30 witnesses, trying to piece together what happened.

No arrests have been reported.

Knaps said the shooting happened at a club rented for an invitation-only private birthday party featuring local rappers and DJs. More than 50 people attended.

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