An Albany man remains in a Louisiana jail on attempted murder charges after a shootout involving law enforcement.
Investigators say Raheem Taylor, 23, was leaving a Baton Rouge nightclub last Saturday when a fight led to guns to being drawn.
Police say Taylor began shooting at Donald Jones, who was walking towards him with a shotgun.
Two nearby deputies were in the area and returned gunfire. Two people were wounded.
Taylor is being held on attempted first degree murder of a law enforcement officer and firearms charges.
His bail is set at $80,000.
Louisiana State Police is still investigating the incident.
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