U.S. Marshals searching for man wanted for Luling shooting
A Luling man is facing aggravated assault charges for shooting a man at his home back on August 19th. Officials say Zackary Coe, 24, shot a man at an apartment on North Walnut in Luling.
"Coe approaches him, demands him to get on the ground, and then all of a sudden this victim receives a gunshot wound to his leg," said Deputy U.S. Marshal Brandon Filla.
Coe is 5'3, weighs about 170 pounds, and has multiple tattoos all over his upper body. He also has a long criminal history.
"He's got things such as burglary, evading arrest, theft of property, and some narcotic use in there," Filla said.
Investigators believe someone in the community knows where he is.
"This is an individual who's been in Caldwell County, he's been in Luling, he's known to the community," said Filla. "But for now, his whereabouts are unknown and he's a danger to the community."
And law enforcement wants to know why Coe allegedly shot the victim.
"What his intention was, we don't know. And that's still a concern for us and I believe should be a concern for the community," said Filla. "Is there going to be another person that he approaches that he knows?"
If you have any information on Zackary Coe, call the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force at 512-800-4213.