Shreveport police have recalled a warrant against a man accused of shooting at one of their officers and another in Bossier City. Montrell Hardman no longer is a suspect in a shooting reported last week that shattered the driver’s side window in Shreveport police Cpl. Darrell Miller’s personal vehicle. “We want to be sure that we don’t charge anyone with such a serious crime unless our investigation proves that person is responsible,” police Chief Henry Whitehorn said in a prepared statement.
Miller identified Hardman in a line up as the man who shot at him after Bossier City police arrested him for firing on one of their officers, police spokeswoman Kacee Hargrave said. He was charged with attempted first-degree murder. Hardman turned himself in to Bossier City police Feb. 2 in connection to a shooting in Bossier City. He faces one count of attempted first-degree murder there, and bond is set at $1 million.
What am I missing here? Cpl Miller identified Hardman in a lineup and the Police Department recalls the warrant charging him with the shooting.