A wild story out of Shreveport has become even more interesting as two self-proclaimed predator hunters are now in trouble with the law.

If you will remember, we previously covered the story of three men in Shreveport who dubbed themselves "Predator Hunters" after pretending to be an underage girl online and then surprised men who showed up to meet "the girl".

One of the people the three men say showed up was now former News Director at KTBS News Director Bill Lunn.

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Following the initial story of "Predator Hunters" Bill Lunn's attorney issued the following statement about his client:

It is our preliminary understanding that this incident was not the result of a law enforcement investigation but rather one done by private individuals. Our primary concern at this time is that law enforcement receives all evidence surrounding this incident so that they can make a thorough and complete review.

Mr. Lunn has cooperated with authorities and vehemently denies any allegations of wrongdoings. It is our hope that after a thorough review of all the evidence surrounding this matter, that Mr. Lunn will be shown to be innocent and cleared of these allegations.

Authorities in Shreveport highly recommended to the three men and others in their group to refrain from what they were doing trying to catch people because of the danger involved according to KTBS.

Antoinio Coleman and Kataurio Grigsby
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Now we have learned from KTBS that Antonio Coleman and his friend  were arrested on charges of second-degree battery after confronting a man they say had come to meet an underaged girl.

Shreveport police Corporal Chris Bordelon told KTBS the following,

It does appear to be a situation where they showed up and tried to confront someone they considered having inappropriate behavior with a young girl. There are a lot of moving parts to this investigation and some of the why and what exactly happened aren't quite known yet.

The police got involved after a neighbor in the trailer park saw the men fighting and called the police. Detectives confiscated all the phones associated with the situation.

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