June 21, 2024

According to the Union Parish Sheriff’s Office, Trey Holly, a freshman running back for Louisiana State University, was charged with three felonies in relation to an alleged attempted murder that occurred after a gunshot at an apartment complex on February 9. After turning himself in on Thursday, he was brought to the Union Parish Detention Center for processing.

Holly, 19, was accused with aggravated criminal damage to property, unlawful use of a weapon on a public thoroughfare, and attempted second-degree murder. A $512,000 bond was set for him.

He was one of the three persons detained in relation to the shooting on February 9.

The 18-year-old Jordan Ramond Jones was additionally accused of unlawful firearm use (on a public road) and attempted second-degree murder. A $510,000 bond was imposed for Jones.

In addition, a 16-year-old male juvenile was accused of attempting second-degree murder, unlawfully using a weapon on a public thoroughfare, causing severe criminal damage to property, and unlawfully possessing a firearm as a minor. A $522,000 bond was posted for him.

Within the boundaries of Farmerville, Louisiana, an apartment complex hosted the shooting. According to the UPSO, two individuals were found to have suffered gunshot wounds. According to Sheriff Dusty Gates, both victims should live, as reported by ESPN.

The UPSO’s Criminal Investigations Division launched an investigation after the event. According to CBS NCAA FB, the UPSO has concluded that previous altercations at an apartment building preceded the shooting.

According to an LSU representative who talked with ESPN, the rookie running back has been suspended from all team activities indefinitely.

Additionally, the school sent LSU County the following statement: “We are aware that a student-athlete has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Union Parish.” In compliance with departmental standards, this student-athlete has been suspended from all team activities for an undetermined period of time. We won’t be commenting further out of respect for the legal system.
According to ESPN, Holly finished the 2023–2024 season with 11 carries for 110 yards and one touchdown. Following his Union Parish High School graduation, he joined with the university. According to CBS NCAA FB, he was Louisiana’s No. 25 player. With 10,523 yards, he also owns the Louisiana high school rushing record all-time.

LSU running back Trey Holly

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