Update: May 25, 2021
Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Soignet announced that on Friday, May 21, 2021, Brandon Johnson was arrested in St. Charles Parish on the Terrebonne Parish arrest warrants for five (5) counts of Attempted 1st Degree Murder in connection with the Lenny’s Night Club shooting. TPSO deputies transported Johnson from the St. Charles Parish Jail to the Terrebonne Parish Jail where he remains without bond.
This investigation is ongoing and Sheriff Soignet is asking for anyone with information to contact TPSO detectives, (985)876-2500, more arrest(s) are expected to follow.
Update: April 27, 2021
Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Soignet announces that after several hours into the investigation TPSO detectives have obtained arrest warrants for a shooter responsible for the Lenny’s Night Club Shooting that occurred on Sunday morning, April 25, 2021. Brandon Deshawn Johnson Aka “Pee Pee”, birth date 02/12/2002, of Houma, La. is WANTED for 5 Counts of Attempted 1St Degree Murder and Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Brandon Johnson is asked to call the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office, (985)876-2500, or Crime Stoppers, 1(800)743-7433, and may become eligible for a cash reward up to $1,000.00. Johnson is considered armed and dangerous, callers can remains anonymous and still be eligible for the cash reward
April 25, 2021
Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Tim Soignet advised that shortly after 1:00am on April 25, 2021, Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives responded to a Houma night club for a shooting inside the bar.
Sheriff Soignet advised that when uniformed patrol deputies arrived at Lenny’s night club located at 656 Corporate Dr, there was a very large number of people running from the building as gunshots were being fired. The deputies were not able to ascertain who was firing the shots at the time due to the amount of subjects inside the business. Sheriff Soignet advised that Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives and crime scene took over the investigation.
Sheriff Soignet states that five people have been brought to area hospitals with gunshot wounds, two of which are considered in critical condition and the other three are minor injuries.
Sheriff Soignet asks that anyone with information contact the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office at (985)876-2500 or the Bayou Region Crime Stoppers at 800-743-7433 where you may be eligible for a cash reward. Sheriff Soignet states that “with the amount of people in this bar, someone knows who is responsible for this senseless act of violence. I am asking anyone with information to contact the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office.”