Tucker Mendoza

Tucker Mendoza

A message to our visitors:

This page is exclusive to Mr. Tucker Mendoza and his niece, Kristal who were brutally shot. Donations go directly to the family of Mr. Tucker and are greatly appreciated. As you know, a tragedy such as this is unexpected and in light of the situation, Mr. Tucker will likely need to relocate when he's released for the protection of himself and his family members.

Please find it in your heart to help this family.

It was my pleasure to establish this blog for the Mendoza family and I pray for their full and quick recoveries.

Sincerely, Denise Rednour

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Gulf Truth Activist and Young Niece Shot At New Orleans Home

Tucker Mendoza, a gulf truth activist, was shot early this morning 4 times through the door of his home in Laplace. He was hit 3 times in the chest and once across the forehead. With him was a niece, he reports she was struck in the neck and bottom.

Tucker has been able to communicate via his phone and post to FB on the events. Please pray for him and his niece, for a full recovery and include the entire family. They both remain in the hospital. Further details as yet are unknown.
Tucker has a couple of videos, songs about the gulf disaster…flashes of his resume are in this one below.

LaPlace Shooting Injures 2

Two people are hospitalized after a shooting in LaPlace.

St. John the Baptist Parish sheriff's deputies said they were called at about 1:56 a.m. Saturday in response to a shooting.

The sheriff's department said a 42-year-old man was found with gunshot wounds to his forehead and torso. Deputies said an 18-year-old woman was found with gunshot wounds to her neck and buttock.

Paramedics said the victims were taken to a hospital for non-life-threatening wounds.

Deputies said the victims told detectives a man came to the home at 1:30 a.m. asking for someone by name. The victims said they told the man no one by that name lived there.

Investigators said the man apparently came back two more times, and after being told for a third time the person he was seeking didn't live at the home, he fired shots at the house.

Anyone with information regarding this shooting incident should call St. John the Baptist Parish Detectives at 985-359-8769 or Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.