Shreveport Man Pleads Guilty in Shooting Death
A man accused of killing his mother's boyfriend in the Highland neighborhood pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Caddo District Court Monday, January 23, 2023.
Fabin Quaderrick Alexander, 28, admitted to fatally shooting Robert J. Lemmon, 57, following a dispute on East Wichita Street March 9, 2021. Mr. Lemmon died at the scene.
Alexander will return to District Judge Ramona Emanuel's court March 14, 2023 for sentencing.
Under Louisiana law, a manslaughter conviction carries a maximum prison term of 40 years. Pursuant to the plea, Alexander faces at least 15 years in prison, up to the maximum of 40 years.
Alexander was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorneys Bill Edwards and Brittany Arvie. He was defended by Katie Ferguson and Royal Alexander.