Apr 4, 2013 12:45 PM by Tonya LaCoste
A man arrested and charged after a shooting at a Lafayette Taco Bell last year has been released after 15th Judicial District Attorney Mike Harson's office determined Kentrell Morrison was not the shooter.
Morrison's first degree murder charge was amended to obstruction of justice. His sentence of seven years in prison was suspended, and according to court documents he will serve four years of supervised probation.
Frederick Joseph, 19, of New Iberia, was shot in the back and later died after the shooting in July 2012 at the West Congress location of Taco Bell. Another victim, who was 23-years-old at the time, was shot in the back and leg and survived.