A New Llano man has turned himself in to authorities, in connection with the May 7 shooting at Pinederosa Park in Westlake.

A New Llano man has turned himself in to authorities, in connection with the May 7 shooting at Pinederosa Park in Westlake.

Westlake Police Chief Chris Wilrye said James Lee Enloe, 38, of New Llano, turned himself in Wednesday to Calcasieu Correctional Center officials after a warrant for his arrest had been issued.

James Lee Enloe, 38, of New Llano, is the third person arrested in this shooting. He has been charged with attempted first degree murder, criminal conspiracy, possession of a firearm by a felon and obstruction of justice. Bond is set at $850,000.

Enloe was shot during the incident at Westlake. He was treated and released at St. Patrick Hospital. Enloe currently remains at the Calcasieu Correctional Center.

Two others have already been arrested in connection with the shooting. The incident occurred after an argument between two motorcycle clubs that had gathered at the Pinederosa Park.

Mark Nelson Robles, 38, of Lake Charles, suffered chest injuries and was flown to Lafayette General Hospital.

Christopher Bryan McCowan, 30, of Sulphur, was arrested on May 10 on charges of criminal conspiracy and accessory to attempted first-degree murder charges.

Stephen Guynes, 41, of Lake Charles, fled the scene before officers arrived. He turned himself in on May 11. Guynes was charged with attempted first-degree murder, illegal use of a dangerous weapon and criminal conspiracy.

Both Guynes and Enloe also remain in the Calcasieu Correctional Center