Fight over a cellphone leads to shooting in Baker Fight over a cellphone leads to shooting in Baker Advocate staff report April 08, 2014 Comments BAKER — A dispute over a cellphone led to the shooting injury of a woman Sunday and the arrest of a Baton Rouge woman. Zonnel C. Carr, 24, 10210 Ave. L, No. 113, was booked as a principal to attempted first-degree murder and aggravated criminal damage to property. Nine people were inside the Baker residence at 2245 N. Magnolia Drive when the shooting began about 5:30 a.m. Sunday, according to an affidavit of probable cause. A woman was hit in the stomach by a bullet fired through her bedroom window. The injury was nonlife-threatening, the affidavit says. The victim told police the dispute started earlier that evening when Carr’s cousin had a fight with the victim’s sister over a cellphone. The dispute escalated until Carr called the sister and demanded an in-person fight. When the sister refused, Carr allegedly said, “We’re going to come to the house and shoot it up,” the affidavit says. Fifteen minutes later, multiple shots were fired. The victim told police that just before the shooting, a dark Honda Accord drove past the residence twice very slowly, the affidavit says. Baker police later found Carr at a relative’s house and confirmed a black 2014 Honda Accord is registered to her. Under questioning from police, Carr admitted to having a fight with the sister of the victim, but denied threatening to shoot her, the affidavit says. Capt. Darryl Rainwater, of the Baker Police Department, said Monday that detectives are not sure who did the shooting and are still investigating.