Texarkana Arkansas Police are still looking for the suspect in a shooting that took place Saturday night outside a local nightclub in Texarkana. There was one fatality and another wounded. Police are looking for 28-year old Tandraniqua S. Burris

Burns is wanted for Murder 1st Degree, Aggravated Assault and Possession of a Firearm by Certain Persons. if you know her location please call Texarkana Police at (903)798-3154.

Texarkana Arkansas Police reported on Sunday about the shooting from Saturday night:

On July 10, 2021, at approximately 11:20 pm police were notified of a shooting incident in the 300 block of E 49th Street. When officers arrived, they located two victims with gunshot wounds, one of which appeared serious and officers on scene rendered CPR while awaiting ambulance service.

According to witnesses and investigators, the shooting appears to be the result of a confrontation in the roadway between a motorist, and Aaron Brown, white male, 33 years of age, who was headed into Whiskey River Bar with the second victim and two other friends.

During this physical confrontation, Brown was shot multiple times and was later pronounced deceased at St. Michaels Hospital.

 Investigators have been working on the case since being notified and have developed multiple persons of interest. The vehicle and its occupants left the scene but have since been located and the occupants at the time of the incident were interviewed. Texarkana Police continue investigating while arrest warrants have been issued for Tandraniqua S. Burris, black female, 28 years of age,for Murder 1st Degree, Aggravated Assault and Possession of a Firearm by Certain Persons.

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If you know where Burris is please contact the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department immediately at (903)798-3154.
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