Darrow man booked in LaPlace daiquiri shop shooting

Staff reports

St. John the Baptist Parish authorities arrested a Darrow man who allegedly fired shots and injured two people in a LaPlace daiquiri shop last week, according to police reports.

Anthony Moon, 35, was booked with two counts of second-degree murder after the alleged incident Saturday night at New Orleans Original Daiquiris on Airline Highway.

Two men, Curtis Mazique, 33, of Reserve, and Anthony Duhon, 31, of Garyville, reportedly were injured by the gunfire at around 11:30 p.m.

The Sheriff's Office report stated Moon and Mazique argued inside the business and Moon allegedly fired a small semi-automatic weapon several times.

Security guards reportedly detained Moon until deputies arrived.

According to the report, Moon was also charged with possession of a firearm on the premises of an alcoholic beverage outlet.

Once booked into Sherman Walker Correctional Facility, Moon's bond reportedly was set at $405,000.