Third man surrenders in Bourbon St. shooting

A third person accused in the Feb. 9 quadruple shooting on Bourbon Street a few days before Mardi Gras has surrendered to authorities, a New Orleans police spokeswoman said Sunday.

Malcolm “London” Hall, 19, turned himself in around 2 p.m. Saturday at the department’s Eighth District Police Station, officer Hilal Williams said in a news release.

Deron Bridgewater, 23, of Marrero, surrendered to detectives Feb. 11 after seeing himself on television as a suspect in the investigation, police have said.

Brandon Brown, 21, of Marrero, also has been arrested and booked in the incident, police said.

Hall, Bridgewater and Brown all have been booked on four counts each of attempted first-degree murder, according to inmate listings on the Orleans Parish Prison website.

The three are being held in Parish Prison on a $1 million bail each, or $250,000 for each attempted murder count, according to the Parish Prison website.

An argument involving one of the victims led to the shooting, which wounded four people in the 400 block of Bourbon Street around 9:30 p.m., police have said.

Video footage of the incident shows two men leaving the argument and returning with a third, then approaching the victims and shooting.

Two men and two women were wounded in the shooting, police said.

One male victim was shot in the abdomen, thigh and pelvis, police said.

The second man was shot in the buttocks, a woman was shot on the chin and right foot, and another woman was shot on the toe, police said.

Three of the four victims have been released from the hospital, police said. None of the victims have been identified.