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Daniel King Jr Biography
A man, Daniel King Jr, was arrested in connection with a shooting at the home of Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson in Louisiana.
Daniel King Jr., 38, was arrested after a shooting from a vehicle on the Louisiana property of “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson last week. No one was injured in the shooting.
Daniel King Jr Age
He is 38 years old.
Daniel King sent to a correctional facility
Daniel King Jr. was sent to a correctional facility after shots were fired in West Monroe on Friday afternoon, the Ouachita community sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post Saturday. Authorities said no one was injured in the shooting.
“It seems they only fired bullets on my property,” Robertson told The News star. Both houses are part of the estate of Robertson, one of the stars of the reality show about duck hunting that ran between 2012 and 2017.
Robertson said the family was “quite shocked” after one of the eight to ten bullets that he said were fired at the residence, passed through the bedroom window of a home where his son John Luke Robertson and his wife they had passed away and their little one lives.
Witnesses told members of the Ouachita community that the second residence was also shot.
Robertson said many family members crowded onto the property during the coronavirus pandemic, including his daughter Sadie Robertson and her new husband. The bride and groom were candidates on the reality show “Dancing with the Stars” in 2014.
“No one was out at the time, but they were all out about five minutes earlier,” Willie Robertson said. “I was in the store when it happened.”
MPs said other inmates were in the car with the suspect during the shooting. They have not released any more information about other suspects.
King was charged with aggravated battery, KNOE reported. It was not immediately clear if he had an attorney who could comment on his behalf.
Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander
Willie Robertson is the CEO of Duck Commander, the multi-million dollar duck and lure company that inspired the A&E program that put the spotlight on the small northern Louisiana town. Despite controversy over comments by family patriarch Phil Robertson, in which he equated homosexuals with sinners destined for hell, state officials praised the program for its importance to tourism.