$350K bonds assigned for attempted murder suspects

Charged with attempted first-degree murder and engaging in gang-related activities, Deanthony Traylor, 23, Roshune Glosson, 18, and Derrick Andrews, 25, now face $350,000 sheriff’s bonds following a session in Union County District Court this morning.

The three El Dorado men were arrested on Wednesday in relation to the shooting of William E. Parker Jr., 30, also of El Dorado, on Nov. 23 outside 1118 S. West Ave., according to an EPD report.

Parker reportedly transported himself to the Medical Center of South Arkansas where he was underwent emergency surgery for bullet wounds to his neck, torso, shoulder and hip. He has since been released.

EPD Capt. Kevin Holt said there were 10 to 15 people at the residence at the time of the incident, however, suspects were narrowed down to Traylor, Glosson and Andrews based upon a verbal altercation that occurred with Parker before he arrived at the residence.

More in tomorrow’s News-Times.

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