Shooter convicted of attempted manslaughter

Staff Report

An Ascension Parish jury on May 22 convicted Donnell A. Moseman, 24, of attempted manslaughter.

The jury deliberated less than an hour before returning a 10-2 verdict in the July 19, 2007, shooting of a 16-year-old, according to a news release issued by District Attorney Tony Falterman.

Moseman, 1043 Gemini Drive in Reserve, was arrested after he shot Jackson in the abdomen at the victim's residence on Nolan Street in Donaldsonville, Falterman stated.

District Judge A. J. Kling Jr. of 23rd Judicial District Court ordered deferred sentencing until a pre-sentence investigation report could be completed.

Assistant District Attorney Charles "Chuck" Long prosecuted the case.