When Detective Chris Chappell and Officer Lynn Ducote arrived on the scene they witnessed a blue Jaguar leaving the parking lot. They made a traffic stop on the vehicle.
The suspect, Terrill Harrell, 34 of Greensburg, was driving the car and gave officers a consent to search. A 9mm semi automatic Ruger was found on the front passenger seat with three fully loaded clips.
The altercation between the suspect and the female stemmed from an ongoing dispute, according to reports.
Harrell was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a firearm.
According to Chief of Police Frank Edwards, another suspect was arrested in an unrelated case for possession of a firearm while having a controlled dangerous substance.
Terrance Jackson of Independence was arrested on Friday, October 21 on a search warrant that was executed on June 5. During the search of a residence at 179 Oak Street in Independence police discovered 225 grams of marijuana and a 9 mm semi-automatic Ruger.
The suspect had fled the scene before police executed the search warrant and was not apprehended until Friday. He was arrested and booked at the Tangipahoa Parish Jail.