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NEW ORLEANS — Edna Karr High School has identified one of two people who were killed Sunday afternoon (March 28) in the 6100 block of Tullis Drive in Algiers.

Caleb Johnson, a senior, was shot to death.

The NOPD has not identified a female victim who was also killed in the shooting. A third female victim was wounded.

The CEO of InspireNOLA Charter Schools, released a statement mourning Johnson’s death.

“Just 21 days of school until graduation,” wrote Jamar McKneely, “and we lose a student, a scholar who was ready to graduate and conquer the world.”

“Our students should not fall victim to gun violence. We need gun violence to stop now.”