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Mardi Gras Shooting: Third man arrested in New Orleans' Bourbon Street attack

From a white security tower overlooking Bourbon Street, New Orleans police eyed the pre-Mardi Gras crowds after four people were shot on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. AP Photo/The Times-Picayune, Naomi Martin

(AP) NEW ORLEANS - New Orleans police say a third man has turned himself in to face charges stemming from a shooting on Bourbon Street three days before Mardi Gras.

Officer Hilal Williams says 19-year-old Malcolm Hall was booked Saturday with four counts of attempted first-degree murder.

An online jail roster indicates that his bond had not been set Sunday.

Two Marrero, Louisiana men - 22-year-old Brandon Brown and 23-year-old Deron Bridgewater - turned themselves in earlier and were booked with the same charges. Their bonds are set at $1 million: $250,000 on each count.

It was not clear whether any of the suspects has an attorney.

The shooting injured four people, one seriously, during the run-up to Mardi Gras. Police have not released the victims' names.

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