Jun 10, 2014 20:31 Opelousas man wanted in murder turns self in Opelousas man wanted in murder turns self in Tyrone Johnson, left, and James Hudson Advocate staff report June 10, 2014 Comments OPELOUSAS — An Opelousas man wanted as a suspect for attempted murder turned himself into authorities Thursday afternoon, officials said. Tyrone Keith Johnson, 31, was booked into St. Landry Parish Jail on one count of attempted second-degree murder, Sheriff’s Office Capt. Megan Vizena said. Johnson joins James C. Hudson, 38, who was jailed earlier Thursday on one count of principal to second-degree murder. Johnson and Hudson was wanted in a May 11 shooting that injured one person on Sam Street that injured one person. The victim was able to get away after being shot. That person was treated at a local hospital and released, Vizena said.